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Set Matrix Mode

 
The steps below walk the user through setting the matrix mode in RAM. This only can be completed by an architecture owner.

1. Load an architecture you own in RAM. Ensure you are in the Risk Designer pane of the Outlook Bar. The Matrix Mode menu is in the Calculation Mode group of the Ribbon Bar.
 
2. Matrix mode allows the architecture owner to choose the values and colors assigned to the risk matrix, burndown charts, and risk rollups. This selection is specific to the architecture and should be set as soon as the architecture is created; however, it can be modified at any time. NOTE: If existing values exceed the new matrix mode, they will be ignored.
 
3. The (5x5) Air Force option is derived from Air Force Pamphlet 63-128.
 
4. The (5x5) Air Force Supply Chain option is derived from the Identifying and Managing Air Force Sustainment Supply Chain Risks briefing.
 
5. The (5x5) NASA option is documented in NASA/SP-2011-3422 version 1.0, NASA Risk Management Handbook. The values assigned to each cell of the risk matrix are discrete and allow the users to distinguish the difference in magnitude of risks whose multiplied value are equal.
 
6. The (5x5) Multiply option is not aligned with any civilian or government specification. The values assigned to each cell are based on the product of multiplying the likelihood score and the consequence score.
 
7. The (4x4) option is not aligned with any civilian or government specification. The values assigned to each cell are based on the product of multiplying the likelihood score and the consequence score.
 
8. The (3Cx4L) option is not aligned with any civilian or government specification.
 
9. The (1Cx5L) option is not aligned with any civilian or government specification.
 
10. The (5Cx1L) option is not aligned with any civilian or government specification.
 
11. The (3Cx5L) DHS option is not aligned with any civilian or government specification.
 
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