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Dynamic risk graph: Accounts payable

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Jonathon Plowman-Samson
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Summary

Learn about the dynamic risk graph for accounts payable analyses.


Navigation

To view the "Risk by" graph, go to the Risk Overview dashboard.


Use the graph

See high risk and high monetary value data points with:

  • Y-axis: The Risk Score
  • X-axis: The monetary value
Tip: Data points in the upper right section of the graph may be particularly interesting.
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Note: The dynamic risk graph will display the risk defined by your risk view selection. If your risk view is set to MindBridge Score, the graph will be displaying the MindBridge score. It will also take into account any filters you have applied.

Switch the view

Open the Risk by menu and make your selection.

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Note: The views available depend on the optional and custom columns you’ve mapped during column mapping.

Hover over a data point

Note: The following information will be for the Risk by Vendor graph, but the same principles apply for all views.

Hovering your cursor over a data point in the graph will open a pop-up window where you can see the following details:

  • Monetary value: The total monetary value of all entries attributed to this vendor
  • Risk Score: The average risk score of all entries attributed to this vendor
  • Share: The % share of monetary value attributed to this vendor compared to the whole
  • Entry count: The total number of entries attributed to this vendor
  • High risk entries: The number of high risk entries attributed to this vendor, along with the total monetary value of those entries
  • Medium risk entries: The number of medium risk entries attributed to this vendor, along with the total monetary value of those entries
  • Low risk entries: The number of low risk entries attributed to this vendor, along with the total monetary value of those entries
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Drill down to the data table

Select a data point to go to the data table, with an appropriate filter applied.

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