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How To Create the Interaction (Relation) Diagram

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How To Create the Interaction (Relation) Diagram

Identify relationships between factors affecting a problem using interaction (relation) diagram. The ability to create a Relation diagram from a mind map is supported by the ConceptDraw Seven Management and Planning Tools solution. Read more
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How to Create an Entity-Relationship Diagram Using ConceptDraw Solution Park

An entity-relationship diagram (ERD)is used in a database modeling process. ERD diagram shows a graphical representation of objects or concepts within an information system and their relationships.The ability to  describe a database using the Entity-Relationship model is delivered by the ConceptDraw ERD solution. Read more
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How to Create an ERD Diagram

ERD (entity relationship diagram) is used to show the logical structure of databases. It represents the interrelationships between components of database (entities). Entity relationship diagrams are a widely used in software engineering. Using ERD software engineers can control the every aspect of database development. ER diagram can be used as guide for testing and communicating before the release of software product. ERD displays data as entities that are connected with connections that show the relationships between entities. There is some ERD notations used by data bases developers for representing the relationships between the data objects. ConceptDraw PRO and its ERD solution allow you to build ERD diagram of any notation. Read more

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An Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) is a visual presentation of entities and relationships. That type of diagrams is often used in the semi-structured or unstructured data in databases and information systems. At first glance ERD is similar to a flowch Read more