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'[EE] Flow chart software recommendations'
2008\06\13@221118 by Gordon Williams

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I looking for some software to do flow charts, state machine diagrams and
the like for a hobby project.  Needs to run on windows and be cheap or free.

Initially I need it for state machine diagram layout.  I'm expecting it will
grow in time as I add more things and it will require revision along the
way.  I'm looking for something easy to use rather than all powerful and
complicated.

Any suggestions where I might look or experience you can share?

Thanks,

Gordon Williams


2008\06\13@222133 by Timothy J. Weber

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live.gnome.org/Dia

Gordon Williams wrote:
> I looking for some software to do flow charts, state machine diagrams and
> the like for a hobby project.  Needs to run on windows and be cheap or free.
>
> Initially I need it for state machine diagram layout.  I'm expecting it will
> grow in time as I add more things and it will require revision along the
> way.  I'm looking for something easy to use rather than all powerful and
> complicated.
>
> Any suggestions where I might look or experience you can share?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Gordon Williams
>
>

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2008\06\14@010424 by gardenyu

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I always use a software called "smartdraw",better than Visio from Office.you can google yourself.

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2008\06\14@102009 by Matthew Miller

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On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 10:21:06PM -0400, Timothy J. Weber wrote:
> http://live.gnome.org/Dia

I second Dia. For the price it is a pretty good piece of software!

2008\06\14@200050 by Marcel Birthelmer

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I'd like to mention GraphViz - it does a moderately good job of rendering a
graph/flow chart based on a text-file description of relationships between
each node/element.

On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 7:18 AM, Matthew Miller <namiller2spamKILLspamnaxs.net> wrote:

> On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 10:21:06PM -0400, Timothy J. Weber wrote:
> > http://live.gnome.org/Dia
>
> I second Dia. For the price it is a pretty good piece of software!
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'[EE] Flow chart software recommendations'
2008\07\11@105350 by Bob Axtell
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I am crazy about a package called WizFlow. Much better than Visio (or, it is
like Visio USED TO BE before $MS bought it). About 60 $USD, but worth it.

On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 7:12 PM, Gordon Williams <.....g_willKILLspamspam.....cyberus.ca> wrote:

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2008\07\11@164107 by Bob Barr

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On Fri, 13 Jun 2008 22:12:06 -0400, "Gordon Williams"
<EraseMEg_willspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTcyberus.ca> wrote:

>I looking for some software to do flow charts, state machine diagrams and
>the like for a hobby project.  Needs to run on windows and be cheap or free.
>
>Initially I need it for state machine diagram layout.  I'm expecting it will
>grow in time as I add more things and it will require revision along the
>way.  I'm looking for something easy to use rather than all powerful and
>complicated.
>

I've had good luck with Micrografx FlowCharter. I don't recall the
price but I don't think it was very expensive.


Regards, Bob

2008\07\11@182416 by Rich

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2008\07\11@203318 by Gordon Williams

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Thanks,

Right now I'm looking at Dia as  suggested.  I think that it has everything
that I need.

It is like a time machine.  I asked the question a month ago and got answers
today!

Regards,

Gordon Williams


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2008\07\13@201809 by Antonio L. Benci

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I use the following, reasonably priced and very flexible...

EDraw Max (http://www.edrawsoft.com/)

Ideal to create flowcharts, network diagrams, organizational chart and
more (Only $79.95).

Antonio

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