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Chart representing growth in headcount by project by quarter

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Hi,

I am trying to figure out the best way to represent the following info:

Project deliverables by quarter capturing current headcount and additional headcount for the project in that quarter.  

So let’s assume i have 8 projects and each may have a couple high level deliverables by quarter, I want to show how much growth I need for the particular project.  

I am thinking about potentially a stacked bar, but that does not seem sufficient.   I am also thinking of some kind of area line graph, but capturing 1 or 2 high level deliverables per project does not seem feasible.    

Any thoughts?

Thanks
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