[OS X TeX] Dataflow diagramming
ross at ics.mq.edu.au
Thu Aug 2 21:52:38 EDT 2007
Hi Alan, and Roberto,
On 03/08/2007, at 6:00 AM, Alan Litchfield wrote:
> Thanks Roberto,
> Some very nice diagrams in your notes :)
> I know I can draw the diagrams using the general tools available with
> LaTeX, and indeed tcm provides a Yourdon and De Marco toolset with
> their diagramming tools. I was seeing if there were any wonderful
> tools that were similar to the graphing environments and so on that I
> was not aware of. Just trying to avoid extra work ;0)
Have a look at Xy-pic .
It was designed specifically to cater with diagrams of this type,
as well as many others, including mathematical commutative
Documentation is in the standard place; e.g.,
Or maybe you have .pdf versions of these already.
> At the moment I use Visio but there are issues because I don't often
> use Windows and the program is not always available to me. I print to
> pdf, so the files are adequate if a little too Arial.
> About changing the extension. Not sure what you mean. The pdf is a
> binary file so changing the extension to tex and opening in a text
> editor shows binary bumph.
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