A scenario is a combination of a schedule and a specific set of sleep assumptions.

If you have new schedule planed for the future but is unsure of how this new schedule will affect your workers fatigue levels, you can reconstruct this schedule, shifts, and shift plans into Readi and our Algorithm will tell you the expected fatigue levels based on the given constrains and sleep assumptions.


You can begin to create a scenario from two places in ReadiAnalytics.

First Location:

  1. Log into Readi

  2. Navigate to ReadiAnalytics

  3. Select Snapshot from the Simulate menu in the sidebar at the left of the page.

  4. Click the Scenario Dropdown and select + Create New Scenario:

Second Location:

  1. Log into Readi

  2. Navigate to ReadiAnalytics or ReadiSupervise

  3. Select Scenarios from the Configure menu in the sidebar in the bottom left corner and click the + Create button in the top right of your screen:

You can base your Scenarios on three different concepts:

  1. Start with an empty schedule

  2. Copy from an existing schedule

  3. Build a schedule from a shift plan:

Read below to learn how to use each of these 3 methods.


  1. Start with an empty Schedule:

    1. This will only prompt you to add Name, Start Date, End Data and Location:

      Note: If you choose this method, you will have to manually add each shift and sleep assumption for the duration of this scenario.

    2. To start adding data to the empty scenario, click on it and select + ADD on the top right corner of the pane:

    3. At the top of the prompt you can select if you wish to add a shift or a sleep period. Enter the desire information and select SAVE, or SAVE & ADD MORE to keep adding shifts:

      Note: Please make sure to use standard naming conventions for the shifts you add (i.e., Day Shift, Night Shift, Afternoon Shift, etc...)

    4. You can also manually add each individual sleep period the same way as described above. Or you can select Auto-Sleep on the top right corner of the pane. You can find more information about Auto-Sleep later in this article.


  2. Copy from an existing schedule:

    1. Please observe that you will have to have at least 1 Schedule created in order to use this option. If you haven't yet, please follow this Link to learn how to create schedules. This will prompt you to add Name, select and Existing Schedule, and Location. You will notice that Start and End dates will auto-populate with the Start and End dates of the selected existing Schedule:

    2. Click on the newly created scenario to see the details. You can toggle between Grid and List views for more information:


  3. Build a schedule from a shift plan:

    1. Please observe that you will have to have at least 1 Shift Plan created in order to use this option. If you haven't yet, please follow this Link to learn how to create Shift Plans. This will prompt you to add Name, select and Existing Shift Plan, Start Date, End Data and Location:

    2. Click on the newly created scenario to see the details. You can toggle between Grid and List views for more information:


Next Steps

Next, before you can running your scenario and generate output, you must Add Sleep Assumptions to Your Scenario.


Deleting Scenarios:

  1. Select Scenarios from the Configure menu in the sidebar in the bottom left corner and click Scenario you wish to delete and click on the trashcan icon on the top right corner of the pane and confirm deletion:

  2. A confirmation message should be displayed at the top of the screen to confirm deletion, and the scenario will be gone from the Scenarios list.

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