The Findings Matrix is on the right half of the Findings page. The matrix is a visual representation of all findings and their difficulty to achieve, whether the finding has a positive or negative financial impact and the degree of the financial impact.
Here is an explanation of how to interpret the Findings Matrix:
The color of the bubble indicates if it is a positive financial impact or a negative financial impact
Green = Positive
Blue = Negative
The size of the bubble indicates the degree of the financial impact that a finding carries
The larger the bubble is on the chart, the greater the financial impact that finding has.
The x-axis measures the difficulty to achieve, and the y-axis measures the likeliness of achieving.
The farther right a bubble is on the chart, the more challenging it will be to complete that finding.
The higher up a bubble is on the chart, the less likely it is to achieve that finding.
(More on the ratings of findings here: Rating Findings)