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This template is the base example

which is used in the TIP. There is


nothing too complicated about this
Data for Projected Spend
graph
Costs (in 000s)
Start (2014 Costs) 22.19
Emerging Costs 0.35
Phase 1 Costs 8.73
Phase 2 Costs 4.73
Phase 3 Costs 1.39
Old Monitoring -2.5
New Monitoring 3.1
Other Costs 1.03
Grand Total

Data for Projected Spend


Base Fall Rise Costs (in 000s)
Start (2014 Costs) 0 22.19 22.19
Emerging Costs 22.19 0 2 2
Phase 1 Costs 24.19 0 8.73 8.73
Phase 2 Costs 32.92 0 4.73 4.73
Phase 3 Costs 37.65 0 1.39 1.39
Old Monitoring 36.54 2.5 0 -2.5
New Monitoring 36.54 0 3.1 3.1
Other Costs 39.64 0 1.03 1.03
Grand Total 40.67 0 0
Example Project Projected Spend (000s)
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Start (2014 Costs) Phase 1 Costs Phase 3 Costs New Monitoring Grand Total

Base Fall Rise

Example Project Projected Spend (000s)


45
40 1.03
1.39 2.5 3.1
35 4.73
30 8.73
25
2
20 40.67
15
10 22.19
5
0
Start (2014 Costs) Phase 1 Costs Phase 3 Costs New Monitoring Grand Total

Base Fall Rise


Example Project Projected Spend (000s)
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Grand Total Start (2014 Costs) Phase 1 Costs Phase 3 Costs New Monitoring Grand Total

Base Fall Rise

1.03

40.67

Grand Total
d (000s)

Monitoring Grand Total


This template uses the base
example in the TIP but now includes
a column (brick) showing just the
Data for Projected Spend
total change from Start to Grand
Costs (in 000s) Total. This uses numbers in the data,
Start (2014 Costs) 22.19 but is not included in the Grand
Emerging Costs 2.00 Total figure and takes some
Phase 1 Costs 8.73 additional calculations near the
bottom of the new totals rows.
Phase 2 Costs 4.73
Phase 3 Costs 1.39
Old Monitoring -2.50
New Monitoring 3.10
Other Costs 1.03
Total Change 18.48
Grand Total 40.67

Data for Projected Spend


Base Fall Rise Costs (in 000s)
Start (2014 Costs) 0 22.19 22.19
Emerging Costs 22.19 0 2.00 2.00
Phase 1 Costs 24.19 0 8.73 8.73
Phase 2 Costs 32.92 0 4.73 4.73
Phase 3 Costs 37.65 0 1.39 1.39
Old Monitoring 36.54 2.5 0 -2.50
New Monitoring 36.54 0 3.1 3.10
Other Costs 39.64 0 1.03 1.03
Total Change 22.19 0 18.48 18.48
Grand Total 40.67 0 0
Example Project Projected Spend (000s)
45
40 1.03
1.39 2.5 3.10
35 4.73
30 18.48
8.73
25
2.00
20
15
10 22.19
5
0

Base Fall Rise


nd (000s)

1.03
3.10
18.48

40.67
This template uses the base
example in the TIP but now includes
a column (brick) showing separated
Data for Projected Spend
section of the total change from
Costs (in 000s) Start to Grand Total. This uses
Start (2014 Costs) 22.19 numbers in the original Costs (in
Emerging Costs 2.00 000s) data in order to capture the
Phase 1 Costs 8.73 negative values, but is still not
included in the Grand Total figure
Phase 2 Costs 4.73
and below you'll see how the data
Phase 3 Costs 1.39 must be re-arranged (in red).
Old Monitoring -2.50
New Monitoring 3.10
Other Costs 1.03
Total Change 18.48
Grand Total 40.67

Data for Projected Spend


Base Fall Rise Rise2 Rise3
Start (2014 Costs) 0 22.19
Emerging Costs 22.19 0 2
Phase 1 Costs 24.19 0 8.73
Phase 2 Costs 32.92 0 4.73
Phase 3 Costs 37.65 0 1.39
Old Monitoring 36.54 2.5 0
New Monitoring 36.54 0 3.1
Other Costs 39.64 0 1.03
Total Change 22.19 0 2.00 14.85 1.63
Grand Total 40.67 0 0
Example Project Projected Spend (000s)
45
40 1
1.39 2.5 3.1
35 4.73
30
8.73
25
2
20
15
10 22.19

5
3.1
0

total Costs (in 000s)


22.19 22.19
2 2.00
8.73 8.73
4.73 4.73 Now, this particular chart is tricky if you want consistency among you
1.39 1.39 change column (18.48) has been split in three smaller counts (the red
described in the steps above. To get a 'Total' 18.48 count for the whol
0 -2.50
a) just create a new text box and try and match fonts as best as poss
3.1 3.10 Custom Combination Chart type and add in an additional column/seri
1.03 1.03 changing the new series to a Chart Type of a line, you can then hide i
18.48 18.48 required data labels
ed Spend (000s)

1.03 1.63
2.5 3.1

14.85

2
18.48 40.67

3.1
1.03

nsistency among your graphs. The total


maller counts (the red numbers) as
48 count for the whole brick, you can either
fonts as best as possible or b) use a
dditional column/series of data (in blue). By
e, you can then hide it, but still keep the
This template still uses the base
example in the TIP but now includes
two columns (bricks) showing
Data for Projected Spend
separated sections of two total
Costs (in 000s) changes, both Emerging/Phase costs
Start (2014 Costs) 22.19 and the Remainder. This uses
Emerging Costs 2.00 numbers in the original Costs (in
Phase 1 Costs 8.73 000s) data in order to capture the
negative values, but is still not
Phase 2 Costs 4.73
included in the Grand Total figure
Phase 3 Costs 1.39 and below you'll see how the data
Old Monitoring -2.50 must be re-arranged (in red).
New Monitoring 3.10
Other Costs 1.03
Total Change 18.48
Grand Total 40.67

Data for Projected Spend


Base Fall Rise Rise2 Rise3
Start (2014 Costs) 0 22.19
Emerging Costs 22.19 0 2
Phase 1 Costs 24.19 0 8.73
Phase 2 Costs 32.92 0 4.73
Phase 3 Costs 37.65 0 1.39
Total Emerg/Phase Cos 22.19 16.85
Old Monitoring 36.54 2.5 0
New Monitoring 36.54 0 3.1
Other Costs 39.64 0 1.03
Remainder Changes 39.04 0 1.63
Grand Total 40.67 0 0
Example Project Projected Spend (000s)
45

40 1.03
1.39 2.5 3.1
35 4.73

30 16.85
8.73
25
2
20

15
22.19
10

Costs (in 000s) 5


22.19
0
2.00 Start (2014 Costs) Phase 1 Costs Phase 3 Costs Old Monitoring Other Cos
8.73
4.73
1.39

-2.50
3.10
1.03
ted Spend (000s)

1.03 1.63
2.5 3.1

40.67

Old Monitoring Other Costs Grand Total