Analyzer Features

  • How do I analyze a portion of my schedule?

    Sometimes you might want to examine only a part of your schedule. Analyzer will allow you to do this by applying a Global Pre-Filter to a report. A Global Pre-Filter is a condition, or multiple conditions, that you define and save. The filter can then be used to select tasks for analysis. To cr...
  • How do I customize a report template?

    Steelray Project Analyzer ships with templates that allow you to customize output in various Microsoft Office products. You can use these templates to add your company logo and other formatting to output for Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and HTML. The templates can be found in the Templates folder off...
  • How do I score several projects at once?

    If you have more than one project that you'd like to analyze with a report, simply select those projects (as well as the report) and click the Analyze button. The results on the Scoring Analysis page will list each Report Name which will link to detailed results. If you have a collection of proj...
  • Searching For WBS with the Filter Builder

    When you want to create a custom filter for your project in order to analyze certain tasks in your work breakdown structure (WBS), you have a couple options. Use the IsWithin or IsNotWithin operators in conjunction with the WBS field to define a range to include, or not include. The value input ...
  • When using the Schedule Compare report in Primavera, it shows that all of my tasks have changed. Why?

    Primavera is a database. Comparing two schedules by unique ID in Primavera will always result in each task being different. It is necessary for you to create the IDs between projects to link the tasks together. You can use UDFs to accomplish this.
  • Wildcard Characters and the Filter Builder

    If you want to analyze all items in your project where the value of a field matches a string fragment, you can use wildcard characters with the EqualTo and NotEqualTo operators on the Filter Builder. The ? wildcard takes the place of a single character. The * wildcard takes the place of multiple ...