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RE: Handling data flow diagrams and system flow charts



I've heard that some people use Gnu Plot for this sort of thing.  You might
also look into graphviz.  From what I can make out, Graphviz does for
graphics and diagrams what LaTEx does for text & formatting.

HTH,
Alex M


-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Dalton [mailto:d.dalton@iinet.net.au] 
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 11:54 PM
To: Informal discussion between...; emacspeak
Cc: orca-list@gnome.org
Subject: Handling data flow diagrams and system flow charts

Hi all, 

I'm completing a university subject this semester which relies on the
reading and drawing of data flow diagrams and system flow charts. 

Has anyone got any recommendations how to do this somehow under Linux?
Trying to avoid tactile diagrams, but obviously that is a good fallback
option. Apparently under windows this can be accomplished by using Microsoft
Project, so I'm interested to hear whether anyone can share some advice on
how to best read and draw these types of charts?

Thanks in advance. 

Cheers,
Dan

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