The 'Risk Diagram', also known as a 'Risk Matrix', is used to visualize the severity of consequence versus probability. This diagram is capable of displaying up to three levels of decomposition of risks, and conforms to the LML Specification 1.2 definition of a 'Risk Matrix.'
The 'Risk Diagram' is not composed of special diagram constructs. In fact, a 'Risk Diagram' can be generated by Innoslate on the fly based on the current contents of your project’s database. The 'Risk Diagram' is built using entities in the database of the 'Risk' class. The entities display as text within each severity-level block containing the number and name of the entity.
Using Risk Diagrams
|Creating Risk Diagrams||Using 'Diagrams View' in Innoslate, you can create a new 'Risk Diagram.'|
|Viewing Risk Diagrams||You can 'View a Risk Diagram’ of any new or existing entity of the Risk class via the 'Open' drop-down menu, where available.|
|Adding an Entity||An entity can be added to a ‘Risk Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.|
|Removing an Entity||An entity can be easily removed from a ‘Risk Diagram.’|
|Customization||The ‘Risk Diagram’ can easily be customized functionally and visually.|
|Risk Diagram Sidebar||Risk diagram uses a sidebar tab for when a block has too many risks to display, replacing the old expand blocks view.|