In this article, you will find a tutorial on how to create Scenario Bridges.
A Scenario Bridge shows the change between two or more scenarios in a selected period by looking at the effects of single line-items or assumptions.
Creating a Scenario Bridge
Click on the “Chart” button in the upper right corner on a worksheet.
Select “Scenario Bridge” in the chart selection.
Select a node which should be the base of your data
Select a scenario
Node: The scenario bridge displays the data of the selected node in the model. You can change the node after the bridge is created by selecting a different node in the chart editor.
Scenario Selection: Per default, the scenario bridge shows your selected scenario and the first model baseline scenario. Use the “Scenarios” button to select more or other scenarios that should appear in your chart.
Configure Axes: You can use the “Configure” setting to either put single line-items or assumptions on the axis. By default, the bridge will be created with the configuration of “Years” as the data series and “Assumptions (total)” on the x-axis.
Scenario Bridges with Line-Item Variants
The effects of line-item variants can be displayed in scenario bridges via the 'Configure Axes'- option in the workspace.
To do so, select 'Assumption line-items' when configuring the chart data.
The visualization will include the line-item name and the variant name.