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Analyzing Cost and Revenue

Use the Cost Analysis view to analyze cost and revenue on each stage of the project. The Cost Analysis view has up to three cost diagrams:



You may use the slider to determine:

  Cost Variance (actual vs. budgeted cost)
  Cost with Risks and uncertainties vs. Current schedule (budgeted) cost.

If income is defined for at least one task, the cost analysis diagram will show the project revenue calculated based on the formula: Revenue = Income Cost.
If Cost exceeds Income in any given period of time Revenue will be negative.
If income is not defined, Cost will be always positive.
Use the shortcut menu to manipulate with chart. In particular, instead of presenting a line chart of current schedule, result, and actual cost, you can present an area chart by choosing Fill Chart from the shortcut menu.

See also

Adding Fixed Costs and Income to tasks

Cash Flow Analysis
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