How To Make a Crow's Foot ER Diagram
Entity relationship diagrams (ERD) are often used in software development and database design. Making an ERD needs using a specific set of symbols that depict most closely the unique features of a database being designed. The Crow’s Foot notation displays relationships between entities as single labeled lines. It is rather a popular standard, due to best readability on diagrams. The main characteristic of crow’s foot notation is a three-pronged fork symbol that represents multilateral relationships.
CS Odessa released a free Crow's Foot Notation solution that is available for use with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM This solution includes icons advocated by Crow's Foot notation that can be used when describing a database. It can be downloaded from the ConceptDraw STORE.
Result: Crow's Foot ER diagram (ERD) represents a sample data base created for educational purposes.
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