The Railfleet Gantt Chart allows you to track the availability of your rolling stock over time.

You can access the Gantt Chart here:

or via the Railfleet menu:

You will get the following page:

Let's take a look at what you can see on this page.

The page is divided into 3 sections:

1. The filters

2. The Gantt chart

3. The availability graph

The Gantt chart

On the Gantt chart, you see on the y-axis the list of assets and on the x-axis, the dates.

The vertical red line represents "Now".

By default, the chart displays 1 week of data. To change the displayed period, to view 1 month of data for example, you can use "CTRL + scroll wheel" to zoom in or out or click on these buttons:

To scroll through the list of assets, you can simply use the scroll wheel. To scroll through the dates, drag and drop the graph to the left to go to the past or to the right to go in the future, or click on the arrow buttons (the central button returns to today):

The data circled in red on the image above represent the time period observed by the chart.

The Gantt chart uses 3 colours to represent the status of interventions:

When you click on an intervention, a separate window showing a summary of the intervention appears on the screen:

Clicking on "Open details" opens the complete detail of the intervention, where you can also modify it:

The filters

By default, the Gantt chart shows all assets, even those that do not have any intervention in the selected period.

You can limit this to only assets having an intervention in the chosen period by checking this box in the filters section:

which will have the effect of removing from the y-axis the assets without interventions.

The other filters are divided over 2 lines. The first line of filters allows you to choose what you want to display on the y-axis (which assets you want to view):

The second line of filters allows you to filter on the content of the interventions. By adding a workshop name in the workshop filter for example, you will limit the display to the assets having an intervention in this particular workshop:

If you want to display scheduled interventions only, press the button 


This will have the effect of displaying only the scheduled interventions in the selected time period.

By default, when you filter on the contents of the interventions, the chart only displays the assets having an intervention.

The availability graph

Finally, at the bottom of the page, you will find the availability graph, which shows, as its name suggests, the availability of your fleet at a specific time.

By hovering over the graph, a window appears showing the details of the availability of your fleet:

In the example above, we see that on April 27, 2019, we had 197 operational assets, 12 immobilised assets and 25 assets in intervention.

The assets represented on the availability graph are the same as on the y-axis of the Gantt chart. If you filter on assets, the filters used will also be applied to the availability graph:

On the other hand, the second line of filters, which filters on the content of the interventions, will be indicated as "Filtered" on the availability graph.
For example, if you have filtered on assets with interventions in progress, this is what you'll see on the availability graph:

The filtered part of the fleet is indicated by an additional hatch on the graph.

In order to display more assets at once on the Gantt chart, you can hide the availability graph at any time by clicking this button:

You can also hide the filters by clicking on:

With the availability graph and the filters hidden, the Gantt chart is displayed in full page.

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