People > Allocations -graph: How is it calculated?

Overview Graph (people > allocations) - How are the numbers calculated?
The overview graph gives a detailed peek about the resourcing situation


Capacity
-> cumulative sum of resources & their dayload (edited in Person's Dashboard)

Scaled Capacity
-> cumulative sum of resources & their dayload (edited in Person's Dashboard) * capacity value (edited in Person's Dashboard)

Planned (unassigned)
-> sum of allocations of unassigned roles for projects that have probability set between 0% to 99% (edited in Project's Dashboard)

Planned (people)
-> sum of allocations of people for projects that have probability set between 0% to 99% (edited in Project's Dashboard)

Unassigned roles
-> sum of allocations made for unassigned roles

Absences
-> sum of allocations made for projects that are marked as 'Absence' (edited in Project's Dashboard)

Non-invoiceable
-> sum of allocations made for projects that are marked as Non-invoiceable projects (edited in project's dashboard)

Invoicable external
-> sum of allocations of people marked as External (edited in Person's Dashboard) made for projects marked as Invoicable (edited in Project's Dashboard)

Invoicable own
-> sum of allocations of projects marked as Invoicable (edited in Project's Dashboard)

All actuals
-> sum of actuals entered in Silverbucket (Timesheet / Integration)

Invoiceable actuals
-> sum of actuals entered in Silverbucket (Timesheet / Integration) which are marked as invoicable tasks (edited in Project's Tasks & Project's Dashboard)


By hovering over the graph you can see detailed information about capacity, free capacity and all reservations depending on your filters (Spring 2020 update). This works for both capacity & scaled capacity.

Capacity = Active personnel * person's workday length - absences (marked in admin-view)
Free capacity = Capacity - All Reservations
All reservations = Corresponding timeslot's all reservations


In this example we have hovered over May 2019, which reveals us more insights

The 'All reservations' slot is a SUM of all the allocations in the corresponding time slot; in this example May, 2019
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