Proportion of Known to Unknown Secondary Risk Characteristics

 

The bar chart displays the proportion of key secondary risk characteristics that are known and/or unknown. Secondary risk characteristics provide detailed information about risks at a single location in terms of key structural attributes and their relationship to particular perils, and have the potential to increase or decrease loss. To produce the most credible and realistic analysis results, you should provide this information whenever you can.

To display detailed results for this view, click Show in Window in the Proportion of Known to Unknown Secondary Characteristics window. The following table describes each of the columns in the results grid.

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Column

Description

Secondary Risk Characteristic

One of the secondary risk characteristics listed in the preceding table

# Known

Number of locations that fall in the corresponding category

% Known

Number of locations that fall in the corresponding category, expressed as a percent of all the locations

# Unknown

Number of locations that fall in the corresponding category

% Unknown

Number of locations that fall in the corresponding category, expressed as a percent of all the locations

For detailed information about the secondary risk characteristics that you can specify for locations, see the following topics:

       Location Building Detail Fields

       Location Roof Detail Fields

       Location Wall Detail Fields

       Location Connection Detail Fields

       Location Surrounding Detail Fields

       Location Builder Risk Fields

 

 

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Touchstone V3.0 Updated December 01, 2016