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Rovirai Waterfall Dashboard

Try our signature analysis tool – Rovirai Waterfall Dashboard: Instructions for Using the “Rovirai Waterfall Dashboard”

Waterfall Chart Instructions
Adding Entries for Subjects and Amounts

Navigate to the “Roverai Waterfall Dashboard”.

In the provided form, you’ll see fields for a “Master Subject” and “Master Amount”. Fill these in with your desired values.

Below the master fields, there’s a section to add subjects and their respective amounts.

To add more subjects and amounts, click the “Add Entry” button. This will dynamically generate additional fields for you to input more subjects and their amounts.

Generating the Waterfall Chart

Once you’ve filled in the master values and any subjects and amounts, click the “Generate Chart” button.

A waterfall chart will be displayed below the form, visualizing the data you entered. The chart will start with the master amount and then show the cumulative changes based on the subjects’ amounts you’ve entered.

Clearing the Form Data and Chart

To clear all the data you’ve entered and reset the chart, click the “Clear Data” button. This will remove all subjects and amounts you’ve added and clear the chart.

Saving the Chart as a PNG Image

If you want to save the generated waterfall chart as an image, click the “Save as Image” button.

This will trigger a download of the chart in PNG format, which you can then save to your device.

Downloading the Form Data

To save the data you’ve entered in the form for future use, click the “Download Data” button.

This will download a .txt file containing all the data you’ve entered, including the master values and all subjects and amounts.

Uploading a .txt File to Populate the Form

If you’ve previously saved data using the “Download Data” button and wish to populate the form with that data, you can do so using the upload functionality.

Click on the file input field or browse button next to “Upload Data”.

Navigate to and select the previously saved .txt file from your device.

The form will automatically be populated with the data from the file, including dynamically adding any additional subjects and amounts beyond the first one.

Example Usage of the “Rovirai Waterfall Dashboard”

  1. Scenario:
    1. You receive an allowance of $100. You spend $25 on a toy, $50 on a video game, and $10 on snacks. You want to visualize how your allowance is spent using the waterfall dashboard.
  2. Adding Entries for Subjects and Amounts:
    1. Open the “Roverai Waterfall Dashboard”.
    1. For the “Master Subject”, enter Allowance.
    1. For the “Master Amount”, enter 100.
    1. In the first subject field, enter Toy and for its amount, enter 25.
    1. Click the “Add Entry” button. A new set of fields appears.
    1. In the new subject field, enter Video Game and for its amount, enter 50.
    1. Click the “Add Entry” button again.
    1. In the next subject field, enter Snacks and for its amount, enter 10.
  3. Generating the Waterfall Chart:
    1. Click the “Generate Chart” button.
    1. Below, you’ll see a chart starting with your allowance of $100. The next bars will show the decrease in your allowance as you account for each expense.
  4. Clearing the Form Data and Chart:
    1. To start over, click the “Clear Data” button. The form and chart will reset.
  5. Saving the Chart as a PNG Image:
    1. To keep a record of your expenses, click the “Save as Image” button. The chart will be downloaded as a PNG image.
  6. Downloading the Form Data:
    1. To save the data for future reference, click the “Download Data” button. A .txt file with your master amount and all subjects and amounts will be downloaded.
  7. Uploading a .txt File to Populate the Form:
    1. A week later, you want to review the same expenses.
    1. Open the “Roverai Waterfall Dashboard” and click on the file input field next to “Upload Data”.
    1. Select the previously saved .txt file.
    1. The form will be populated with your allowance and the expenses you entered the previous week.