Event chain in RiskyProject

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Strategy Table
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Event chain in RiskyProject

Post by Strategy Table » Sat Mar 10, 2007 6:39 pm

How can I model event chain in RiskyProject?

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Post by Intaver Support » Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:03 am

Currently you can define event chain using risk correlation. To do it enter necessary local or global risks and go to risk correlation tab of local risk dialog box. Correlated risks occur together rather than independently.

In future versions of RiskyProject we will offer special risks: start other activity, change probability of risk in another activity, and others. This risk event will also help you to generate event chains.
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Re: Event chain in RiskyProject

Post by Tomico » Thu Jan 03, 2013 8:29 am

I want to define correlations between risks. How to do it?

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Re: Event chain in RiskyProject

Post by Intaver Support » Thu Jan 03, 2013 8:34 am

Risk Correlations can be entered in Risk Information Dialog for local and global risk assignment. You may access this dialog by double clicking on Risk ID within a list of local risks or in global risk view. You need to select the risk, current risk will be corrected with.

1. Go to Global or Local Risk Assignment view
2. Click on ID of the particular risk assignment. Risk assignment dialog opens
3. Go to correlation tab.
4. Select risk(s) correlated with this particular risk
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