[pstricks] pst-gantt hack to turn it into a "timeline"?

Hubert Lam hubert at lamfamily.info
Mon Oct 28 23:34:18 CET 2013


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Am 28.10.2013 06:05, schrieb Hubert Lam:

> A quick question: has anyone been able to place different \PstGanttTask sequentially after one another, i.e. not on the next line? (see attached PDF)
> I realise doing this would not make it a Gantt Chart at all but rather a stacked horizontal column chart. However, the fact that pst-gantt properly calculates distances for dates etc is so handy for it to be turned into a time line.

   \advance\pst at GanttTaskCnt by \@ne}

  \PstGanttTask[TaskInsideLabel={Task 1}]{0}{1}\Reset
  \PstGanttTask[TaskInsideLabel={Task 2}]{3}{4}
  \PstGanttTask[TaskInsideLabel={Task 3}]{2}{2}
  \PstGanttTask[TaskInsideLabel={Task 4}]{3}{5}



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