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So when risks are assigned in Risk Project they have inputs: Chance (%) and Outcome Type (Fixed or relative)> Outcome and outputs that are the more common Probability, Impacts and Scores.
For non quantitative risk categories such as Quality, RiskyProject uses the same calculation algorithm and requires that the risk modeling be consistent. Therefore, all risk categories require at least one risk outcome type.
For example, if you have a risk category Quality, you must also define an outcome type for it Quality Risk. The outcome must be unique as it will be listed because when running quantitative risk analysis only outcomes types (e.g Relative cost increase, Fixed cost increase, …) are listed not the risk categories.
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