Graphing with your Mouse – Part III: Scatter Plots from Tornado Diagrams in @RISK

You can quickly generate a graph of any simulated output relative to a given input using the tornado graphs in @RISK risk analysis software. Just drag a bar from the tornado graph onto a blank space, and a scatter plot of that input relative to the simulated output appears. This is a great communication tool when you’re trying to assess the most important risk variables in your risk analysis model and want to “zoom in” on a particular input to see what’s going on. It can really help understand relationships in your modeling.

See this video for a quick demo:

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