|Sankey Flow Show||Attractive flow diagrams made in minutes|
Sankey diagrams are one option in Sankey Flow Show. And there are more possibilities: Switch the view mode to "constant width" or combine classical flow diagrams with view mode "Sankey" and discover how easy and fast you can draw technical diagrams and business diagrams.
Sankey diagrams are named after Irish Captain Matthew Henry Phineas Riall Sankey, who used this type of diagram in 1898 in a classic figure showing the energy efficiency of a steam engine.
Technical processes as well as business processes often require workflow diagrams for documentation and communication. A standardized set of shapes is defined for this popular type of diagram.
|BPMN 2.0 diagrams
The Business Process Model and Notation, specification 2.0 was released in January 2011. Choreography diagrams, collaboration diagrams, conversation diagrams and a set of predefined shapes and icons are relevant for BPMN 2.0.
The Unified Modeling Language specifies several diagram types in the field of software engineering: Activity diagrams, class diagrams, communication diagrams, component diagrams, deployment diagrams, interaction overview diagrams, object diagrams, package diagrams, sequence diagrams, state machine diagrams, timing diagrams, use case diagrams
|P&ID (piping and instrumentation diagrams)
Diagrams in the process industry show the piping of the process flow together with the installed equipment and instrumentation.
Graphical representations of an electrical circuits.
|Other technical diagrams
Mindmaps, semantic networks, Venn diagrams and more.