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Linux Data Flow Diagram Software to Draw Data Flow Diagram with Free Examples

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Posted by James Freeman | 05/19/2020
Edraw Data Flow Diagram Software for Linux, which provides built-in free templates and examples, can help you create data flow diagrams in simple steps.

Data Flow Diagram Software for Linux

Edraw Data Flow Diagram Software for Linux is a professional and versatile tool to design data flow diagram easily and quickly. In addition, you are able to draw many other diagrams such as  business process diagramswork flow diagramsvalue stream mapsTQM diagrams, and cause and effect diagrams.

Data Flow Diagram Software for Linux

Free Download This Data Flow Diagram Software and Draw Data Flow Diagram on Linux:

EdrawMax: a swiss knife for all your diagramming need

  • Effortlessly create over 280 types of diagrams.
  • Provide various templates & symbols to match your needs.
  • Drag and drop interface and easy to use.
  • Customize every detail by using smart and dynamic toolkits.
  • Compatible with a variety of file formats, such as MS Office, Visio, PDF, etc.
  • Feel free to export, print, and share your diagrams.

System Requirements

Compatible with Linux system including Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, RedHat, Gentoo and More.

Features of Edraw Data Flow Diagram Software

  1. A cross-platform and cloud-based desktop application. Supports Windows and Mac OS X. Access and create content regardless of internet availability.
  2. Advanced diagramming feature like 1 click create and connect increase productivity amazingly.
  3. Access 10, 000+ shapes of the best quality with highest scalability in vector format, which are easily editable.
  4. A large collection of elaborate templates and examples to help you get started as fast as possible and remind you about the best practices to follow.
  5. All your diagrams and content shared with you, backed up as local files in your computer.

Data Flow Diagram Symbols

Rich data flow diagram symbols like data process, state, start state, external entity, privilege boundary, data store, entity relationship, connector, etc are ready to use.

Data Diagram Symbols

How to Create Data Flow Diagram on Linux

Here are five steps to draw data flow diagram on Linux:

  1. Open A Ready-made Data Flow Templates. Click File tab, point to New.-> Click Flowchart, and then double click the icon of Data Flow Diagram.
  2. Add Data Flow Shapes. Drag and drop shapes from the left libraries to the drawing page.
  3. Indicate the Flow of Data. Indicate the flow of data in your diagram with Center to center shapes.
  4. Add Text Content to the Data Flow Diagram. Double click a shape and then type your information.
  5. Save or Export Data Flow Diagram. Simply click "Save" on "File" tab to save the file as the default eddx format, or you can choose "Save as" on "File" tab to export to other formats such as jpg, png, pdf, html, etc.

Learn more details on how to create data flow diagram.

Data Flow Diagram Examples

Following are data flow diagram examples available in our data flow diagram tool for Linux. Those examples help you get started quickly and gain high quality data flow diagrams.

Inventory Data Flow Diagram:

Inventory Data Flow Diagram

Library Management Data Flow Diagram:

Library Management Data Flow Diagram

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