People > Allocations Graph: How Is It Calculated?




Total capacity
= active personnel * persons' workday length - absences marked in admin-view

Scaled total capacity
= [active personnel * persons' workday length - absences (marked in admin-view)] * capacity value

Own capacity
= cumulative sum of own resources & their workday length

Scaled Own Capacity
=
cumulative sum of own resources & their workday length * capacity value

External capacity
= cumulative sum of external resources & their workday length

External scaled capacity
= cumulative sum of external resources & their workday length * capacity value

Planned (unassigned)
= summed allocations of unassigned roles for projects that have probability set between 0% to 99%

Planned (people)
= summed allocations of people for projects that have probability set between 0% to 99%

Unassigned roles
= summed allocations for unassigned roles

Absences
= summed allocations for projects that are marked as Absence

Non-invoiceable
= summed allocations for projects that are marked as non-invoiceable

Invoicable external
= summed allocations of people marked as external for projects marked as invoiceable

Invoicable own
= summed allocations of people marked as own for projects marked as invoiceable

All actuals
= sum of actual hours registered in Silverbucket (Timesheet / Integrations)

Invoiceable actuals
= sum of actual hours registered in Silverbucket (Timesheet / Integrations) for projects tasks which are marked as invoicable 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. This works for both capacity & scaled capacity.

Capacity = active personnel * persons' workday length - absences marked in admin-view
Free capacity = Capacity - All reservations
All reservations = Corresponding timeslot's all allocations


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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