How to create a project burn down chart in LibreOffice Calc

This is a LibreOffice Calc tutorial covering how to create a burndown chart. The tutor starts off by introducing a ten-day project plan with planned and actual hrs. The tutor creates two rows of formulae to work out actual durations against best case durations. In the final part of the video the tutor adds a line chart to display the two lines and covers what happens if the figures change. How to create a project burn down chart in LibreOffice Calc.
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