Simple Event Tree Diagram Software

An easy-to-use tool helps create good-looking event tree diagram in minutes. With drag-and-drop operation and pre-made templates, drawing a event tree diagram couldn't be easier.

Event tree analysis is used to explore potential probabilities of event outcomes. It can identify all consequences of a system that have a probability of occurring after an initiating event. Edraw makes it easy to create event tree diagrams. Here is the software interface screenshot.

Event Tree Diagram Maker

How to Create Event Tree Diagram

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Simple Event Tree Diagram Software - Make Great-looking Event Tree Diagram

If you are doing event tree analysis and don't know what software to use for drawing the event tree diagram, you can try Edraw. As an all-in-one diagram maker, Edraw makes it amazingly easy to draw event tree diagram with dragging-and-dropping method and pre-made symbols. The interface is very modern and gives an MS Office feel, which enables new users to start in minutes. You just need a few clicks of adding shapes, adding text blocks, applying colors and arranging the layouts to finish an event tree diagram. When finish, you can export the file to a wide variety of formats.

System Requirements

Works on Windows 7, 8, 10, XP, Vista and Citrix

Works on 32 and 64 bit Windows

Works on Mac OS X 10.2 or later

A Event Tree Diagram Template

Here is an editable event tree diagram template. Click the picture to turn to the download page. You need to use Edraw to open and edit this template.

Event Tree Diagram

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