A line graph can be used to compare and compare time, distance, or to track changes over a specific time interval and is generally a useful tool for visualizing data. With Canva, you can easily add such a chart to your report.
On the multi-functional interactive platform Canva, you can create a design together with a team or colleagues. Simply enter the values and labels manually or copy the existing table directly into the workspace of the editor. Then sit back and relax while watching Canva make a schedule for you.
Create a line graph in Canva in a few simple steps:
- Create a Canva account to get started with your line chart design.
- Select Charts in the Elements tab, or search for the word Charts in the Search tab.
- Click the Line Graph icon.
- Click the Data button on the toolbar to enter labels and values.
- Customize line colors and label fonts.
- Save and share.
Design with your team
Work on joint projects in Canva has never been easier, because the calculations are done online, and all documents are stored in the cloud. Just share a link to an editable copy of your design with the team, after which each participant will be able to add and edit data as they wish. Since everything is in the cloud, access is possible at any time, from anywhere, from any computer, laptop or device running iOS or Android.
Enter data to create a chart with ease
To start creating a line graph, click the Data button on the toolbar. A table appears with the default values entered. You can change this data manually or copy it from an existing table. To quickly select the desired cell in the table for viewing or editing, simply click on the corresponding marker on the line chart.
Choose colors, fonts and add data labels
Use the color picker to select your corporate colors on it, which will give your graphic a personality. This is especially important when using colors you need to separate one line of the graph from another, which greatly simplifies the comparison of data. You can also use the color picker to match your graphics to the color scheme of the rest of the document.
3.3. Construction of a schedule of labor movement
Under the linear calendar schedule should build a schedule of labor. Such a graph represents a plot whose ordinates correspond to the number of workers per shift. The form of the graph is shown in Fig. 3.
When plotting the movement of labor, it is necessary to keep in mind the following:
Each ordinate of the plot is determined according to the linear calendar schedule as the sum of the number of workers employed per shift for the considered period of time (for example, if in the IX month, i.e. September, 15 people worked on one facility in 2 shifts, and on the other in the same 6 people per shift, then the most loaded shift this month will work 15 + 6 = 21 people).
ABOUT the ratio of the maximum number of employees per shift to the average number of employees (“unevenness coefficient”) should, if possible, not exceed 1.5. Deviations from this are permissible, but they must be justified (for example, they must ensure a reduction in the total duration of the construction or be inevitable due to the very different complexity of the combined work, etc.). To ensure
To ensure uniformity of the workforce movement schedule, the linear calendar schedule is adjusted.