Gantt charts are a project management tool designed to visualise the tasks in a project, how long they will take and what order they must be completed. If you haven’t seen one before essentially they look like a modified horizontal bar chart. Along the horizontal axis is time with tasks along the vertical. Each task consists of a bar where the ends are the start and end times. Often there are also arrows indicating dependencies and a line showing the current date.

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Luke Zappia

Bioinformatician in training

PhD student

Australia