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Awesome Linux ER Diagram Software with Abundant Examples

Edraw ER diagram software for Linux is designed for people who are looking for a powerful diagramming platform with rich handy features.

An entity-relationship diagram (ERD) is a graphical representation of an information system that illustrates its entities and the relationships between those entities. It is usually used as a high-level logical data model, which is useful in developing a conceptual design for databases.

Brief Introduction of Linux ER Diagram Software

Edraw ER diagram software for Linux is an affordable and easy-to-use alternative to Microsoft Visio, which helps users to simplify complex information through simple, easy-to-understand diagrams.

ER Diagram Software for Linux

System Requirements

Compatible with the most popular Linux distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, RedHat, Gentoo and More.

Handy Features of ER Diagram Software for Linux

Features:
1. Lifetime upgrade guarantee with affordable price make Edraw the best alternative of Visio.
2. A mass of editable shapes and ER diagram templates are provided with the purpose of saving the time and energy of users.
3. All-in-one tool which is able to create database model diagram, express-G, Martin ERD, ORM diagram, not just ERD.
4. Users can feel free to design their own special shapes with embedded drawing tools once they are not satisfied with pre-made ones.
5. Attachments insertion makes diagrams tidy and enables users have a better experience in visual effect.
6. Diagram sharing can be finished easily with a few clicks by exporting it to common formats that most people support.

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Abundant Built-in ER Diagram Shapes

ER diagram shapes below picture shows are just a tip of iceberg. Users can find more in the left libraries of Edraw Linux ER diagram software. And all the symbols Edraw provided are royalty free, users can easily drag, drop and edit them to fit their different demands.

ER Diagram Shapes

Simple Steps to Create ER Diagram on Linux Easily

Follow below steps and create you ER diagram on Linux with just a few clicks.

Step 1. Start the software, go to File menu > New > Database, then double click the icon of Chen ERD or Martin ERD to open a new drawing page. Or just get a quick start by clicking the built-in templates.

Open ER Diagram Drawing Page

Step 2. Switch to left libraries, drag ERD shapes you need and drop on the drawing page. Edit the shape sizes and colors one by one or select all shapes and click Same Size to change one time.

Drag &Edit ER Shapes

Step 3. Connect shapes by dragging proper connectors from left libraries or choose from Connector under Home page.

Connect ER Shapes

Step 4. Add contents by double clicking the shapes directly or clicking Text to open a block, then add contents.

Add ER Contents

Step 5. Navigate to Page Layout and select a theme you like from built-in themes to make the ER diagram more attractive. Background can also be added.

Select Theme &Background

Step 6. Go back to File menu again, click Save to save the diagram as default .eddx; or export it to common formats for convenient sharing.

Save or Export ER Diagram

Benefits of ER Diagram

As is well-known, ER diagram is the graphical representation of the flow of data and information. More and more people apply it in database design because of its following benefits.

ER Diagram Examples

Here list three ER diagram examples designed by our ER diagram software for Linux. All the examples can be downloaded and edited for free. For any interest, please feel free to download them and customize the contents to create your own ER diagrams.

Chen ERD Example

Chen ERD Example

Pet Store ERD Example

Pet Store ER Diagram Example

Handbag Business ERD Example

Handbag Business ER Diagram Example

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