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yEd 3.5 - free graph editor

05.10.2010
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yWorks, a leading provider of diagramming components for Java, Adobe Flex and .NET applications, today updated their popular free product yEd. yEd is a powerful diagram editor that 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.

Major new features:

  • Import Microsoft Excel® files and visualize the relationship of table elements.
  • Extensive support for BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) diagrams.
  • Add, edit, and view custom attributes for diagram elements.

Product summary

Use yEd to quickly create flow charts, BPMN and UML diagrams, organization charts, mind maps, 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.

Availability

yEd is a free product available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. The software can be directly launched or downloaded from the yEd home page http://www.yworks.com/yed.

About yWorks

yWorks specializes in the development of professional software solutions that enable the clear visualization of diagrams and networks. yWorks has brought together efficient data structures, complex algorithms, and advanced techniques that provide excellent user interaction. Our yFiles product family offers high-quality diagramming for Java and .NET applications as well as for browser applications based on Adobe Flex or AJAX technology.

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