SPUG: What tool do you use to graphically document class relationships?
skylos at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 16:21:04 PST 2010
Freemind has links that are arbitrary and you can add hyperlinks of any node
to any node. Your primary node structure is hierarchical, but your
navigation within your structures doesn't have to be. :) Yes, it has
limitations, but its a good structure to work on top of.
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 5:40 PM, Ingy dot Net <ingy at ingy.net> wrote:
> Freemind would be fine for this because classes are hierarchical. Freemind
> can only map hierarchical relationships. That's why I don't use it for mind
> mapping anymore. Minds are rarely hierarchical.
> On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 9:34 AM, Lee Fisher <blibbet at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 11/9/10 2:04 PM, Skylos wrote:
>> Yes, Freemind can do most anything. Check out the accessory list for
>> useful import/export scripts.
>> If you want to source OWL and target UML, for your class relationships,
>> you could use Stanford Protege, then the TwoUse kit to convert the OWL to
>> If OWL is not needed, then this'd be overkill, and less fun. :-) There are
>> better UML tools that don't involve OWL. ArgoUML might work, but first check
>> if it supports the level of UML you need. Eclipse has some decent UML
>> support these days.
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