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Bubble Charts

Bubble Charts

Bubble Charts are convenient way to visualize ideas and concepts by organizing them in a hierarchy. To show the importance of ideas you can use different bubble sizes and colors. ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Bubble Diagrams Solution from the "Diagrams" Area affords you the easiest and fastest way for designing professional looking Bubble Charts. Read more

Bubble Chart

How to design a Bubble Chart? It’s very easy! All that you need is a powerful software. Never before creation of a Bubble Chart wasn’t so easy as now with tools of Bubble Diagrams Solution from the "Diagrams" Area for ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more

Multi Layer Venn Diagram. Venn Diagram Example

To visualize the relationships between subsets of the universal set you can use Venn diagrams. To construct one, you should divide the plane into a number of cells using n figures. Each figure in the chart represents a single set of, and n is the number of represented sets. Splitting is done in a way that there is one and only one cell for any set of these figures, the points of which belong to all the figures from the set and do not belong to others. The plane on which the figures are represented, is the universal set U. Thus, the point which does not belong to any of the figures, belongs only to U. Read more

Basic Diagramming

Create flowcharts, org charts, shipping flowcharts, floor plans, business diagrams and more with ConceptDraw. Includes 1000s of professional-looking business templates that you can modify and make your own. Read more

Data Flow Diagram (DFD)

A Data Flow Diagram (DFD) illustrates the flow of data through an information system, visualizes how the information is handled in terms of inputs and outputs, how the data enter to system and leave it. It is effective to use a Data Flow Diagram for creation the system's overview, to show the system's scope and boundaries. There are two different types of notations for DFDs: Yourdon-Coad and Gane-Sarson, which differ in visual representations for processes, data flow, data stores, external entities, etc. Thus, for example the processes are depicted as circles in Yourdon-Coad notation and as rounded squares in Gane-Sarson notation. Gane-Sarson notation is usually used for visualization information systems and Yourdon-Coad - for system analysis and design. The Data Flow Diagrams solution included to Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park offers a lot of DFD templates, samples and examples, libraries of vector stencils for construction without efforts the DFDs according to both Gane-Sarson and Yourdon-Coad notations. Read more

Functional Block Diagram

You need design the Functional Block Diagram and dream to find the useful tools to draw it easier, quickly and effectively? ConceptDraw PRO offers the Block Diagrams Solution from the "Diagrams" Area which will help you! Read more