Did you know IBM Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) allows you to change the color scheme in your waterfall charts? The goal of a waterfall chart is to show how an initial value is affected by the intermediate values – either positives or negatives – that result in a final value. Changing the color scheme enables you to make a report that is easily read by your end users.
Watch this short video from Revelwood’s FP&A Technology Director, Lee Lazarow, to see how easy it is to change the colors in your waterfall chart.
Viewers will see Lee demonstrate how a starting amount evolves into an ending amount. You’ll learn how changing colors makes it easy to see positives versus negatives. PAW provides a series of definitions that allow you to customize the colors that you want to appear on the waterfall chart.
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