yEd is a powerful diagram editor which can be used to quickly create diagrams manually or import external data for analysis and auto-magically arrange even large data sets by just pressing a button. You can use yEd to quickly create flow charts, BPMN and UML diagrams, organization charts, mind maps, Entity Relationship diagrams, and many other kinds of diagrams, graphs, and networks. Choose from a wide range of highly sophisticated layout algorithms to automatically arrange diagrams in no time. An intuitive and visually appealing user interface makes creating diagrams fun. Once a diagram has been created, it's easy to save, print, or export it to popular formats like PDF, SWF, EMF, SVG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, or HTML image maps.
|Tags||Diagram Graph Flowcharts Editor uml BPM|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Linux Windows JRE6|
Release Notes: This release enhances the Properties Mapper dialog and the Structure View with support for the built-in URL and Description properties.
Release Notes: This release adds a new edge routing algorithm which can generate orthogonal as well as octilinear edge paths. The hierarchical layout algorithm features new support for octilinear edge paths, too. This release also brings a new drag-n-drop edge split gesture to insert a node into an edge in the canvas and provides new support for scrolling the canvas using the mouse wheel.
Release Notes: This release adds support for specifying the header size of columns and rows in table nodes.
Release Notes: This version adds BPMN 2.0 Artifact and Conversation elements to the palette and enhances Task and Marker support of Activity elements. Memory usage has been greatly optimized, and GEDCOM import now also supports reading IDs containing non-alphanumeric characters.
Release Notes: This version introduces new "SmartFree" label models that combine free placement with support for interactive snapping and provide convenient label alignment and label auto-rotation support. It also brings enhancements to the GEDCOM import to support ANSI, ASCII, UTF-8, and UTF-16 file encodings and auto-import of common data records, and adds Event, Gateway, and Activity Marker symbols from the BPMN 2.0 specification to the BPMN palette. Additionally, the automatic layout now also features a new layout algorithm for flowchart diagrams.