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IDEF0 Visio

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM extended with IDEF0 Diagrams solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park is a powerful diagramming and vector drawing IDEF0 software. All IDEF0 diagrams created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are vector graphic documents and can be reviewed, modified and converted to MS Visio XML format. To obtain the IDEF0 Visio documents from ConceptDraw DIAGRAM documents use the wide export possibilities of ConceptDraw DIAGRAM.

Concept Map

A concept map is a way of representing relationships between ideas, images, or words.
How to draw a Concept Map quick, easy and effective? ConceptDraw DIAGRAM offers the unique Concept Maps Solution from the "Diagrams" Area that will help you!

Diagramming Software for Design UML Collaboration Diagrams

ConceptDraw helps you to start designing your own UML Collaboration Diagrams with examples and templates.

How to Create an SDL Diagram

Specification and Description Language (SDL) is intended to describe systems that switched state often and rapidly. An SDL diagram is a view of a system, that can depict a single process or complex relationships between a number of elements. The SDL diagram supports a nested hierarchy. A system is divided into blocks, each of them can be described as a process until finally, one can see the initial procedures that make up each process. The advantage of this method is that a system can be viewed in a manageable part that can be followed separately. ConceptDraw Specification and Description Language solution contains the library, with an SDL notation in a vector stencil graphics. The SDL solution also provides a set of samples, to show the level of hierarchical detail that is possible.

Cloud Computing Architecture Diagrams

For documenting the Cloud Computing Architecture with a goal to facilitate the communication between stakeholders are successfully used the Cloud Computing Architecture diagrams. It is convenient and easy to draw various Cloud Computing Architecture diagrams in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software with help of tools of the Cloud Computing Diagrams Solution from the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.

How to Create a SIPOC Diagram

SIPOC (suppliers, inputs, process, outputs, customers) diagram is focused on the quality of a business process inputs and outputs. SIPOC diagram has a form of a segmented table that gives a comprehensive outline for each category. SIPOC diagram depicts the start and end of a process and the relationships between a company and its suppliers. SIPOC diagram is an important part of the Six Sigma methodology. With its Business Process Mapping solution, ConceptDraw DIAGRAM offers a powerful set of process mapping tools to empower quality management within an organization.

How to Edit Grouped Objects on PC

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM allows one to group objects. Grouping shapes, pictures, or objects lets you style, format, rotate, and move them together, as though they were a single object. At the same time, you can edit each of them separately.

How to Add, Move, or Delete Connection Points on Mac

Some tips on how to manage connection points in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM drawings on Macintosh. A connection point is a special point on an object that allows one to connect a connector. You can add connection points to any object, or to the blank area in your document.

UML Diagram Visio

This sample shows the UML Class Diagram that was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM on the Mac and then was opened for editing in MS Visio.
Using the 13 libraries of the Rapid UML Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM you can create your own visual vector UML diagrams quick and easy.

How to Edit Grouped Objects on Mac

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM offers a range of built-in facilities in order to enable you to quickly edit any diagram or other visualization made using ConceptDraw DIAGRAM, or MS Visio. Grouping shapes, pictures, or objects lets you style, format, rotate, and move them together, as though they were a single object.