Charts View

Risk Burn-Down Chart Overview

Run risk in Innoslate's Risk Burn-Down Chart.

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Creating a Risk Burn-down chart

Step 1: Navigate to ‘Charts Dashboard’, then click on ‘New Chart’

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Step 2: Choose ‘Risk Burn-Down’, give the root Risk a name or number, then click ‘Next’, then click ‘Finish’.

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Utilizing Existing Datasets

Step 1: Browse the parent’s Risk Diagram.

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Step 2: Select each Risk and give it an “Occurs” relationship with a new Time entity, and give each new Time entity a date and time of occurrence, and a Duration.

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Step 3: Once all the Risk Entities have Time entities related to them, navigate back to the Risk Burn-down chart.

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Utilizing New/Additional Datasets

Step 1: Within the Risk Burn-down chart, select the wrench icon at the top right and select ‘View Datasets’.

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Step 2: Click  ‘Add New Risk’ and choose to either create a new Risk or use an existing one. Note: The line colors, point styles, and other formatting specifications can be changed from this menu.

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Step 3: Add the necessary Risk information, and click the check button to add the new Risk to the dataset. 

Step 4: Edit the time of occurrence (which will be added automatically) if necessary, then click ‘Apply’.

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Step 5: View your new data and verify for accuracy.

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Risk Burn-down Settings

To edit and configure your Risk Burn-down settings, click on the wrench button at the top right, then select ‘Edit Settings.'

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From here you can edit the look of your Risk Burn-down chart. After the changes have been made, scroll down to the bottom of the modal and click on ‘Apply’.

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Tutorial Video

 

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