- there are a lot of nodes on the screen at any one time
- rejected nodes take up space
- inactive pathways take up space
- the focus is almost always on one pathway at a time, not all of them
and many more, but ultimately, you simply want more clarity around specific details and less on the other stuff.
Imagine being able, with just one click, to hide:
- the Causal side of the bowtie
- the Consequential side of the bowtie
- all nodes related to rejected Causes
- all Escalation Factors, Escalation Factor Controls, Enabling Events, Enabling Event Controls, and Intermediate Events
- all Controls
- all non-Critical Controls
Welcome to bowtie filtering.
On the toolbar, we have a new button for bowtie filtering:
So that a bowtie that looks like this:
Can look like a whole different, and more manageable.
Filtering non-Critical Controls and Special Items
If you hide all non-Critical Controls and Special Items, it would look like this:
You can obviously still see the hidden items, but they are out of the way, hidden in those smaller “grouped” elements.
And as the filter is applied on top of what’s already been filtered, you could continue filtering down until you arrive your optimal view.
Filtering all Controls
This filter can be useful when reviewing the Causes or Consequences to a bowtie:
Filtering One Side or the Other
Showing just the Preventative side:
Or showing just the Mitigative side.
Resetting the Filter
To reset the view, simply select the Show All Items option.]]>