Educational Software Thread, Need a Conceptual schema(OBJECT ROLE MODELING) Program in Technical; Hello EDU
I have been tasked with finding a Program to make Conceptual schema like the one attached in the ...
1st August 2012, 06:58 AM #1
Need a Conceptual schema(OBJECT ROLE MODELING) Program
I have been tasked with finding a Program to make Conceptual schema like the one attached in the picture i cannot for the life of me find one
I have check visio etc but am unable to get one that makes this type of template
Anyone got any ideas or programs that they use besides simply drawing it with basic shapes etc
Thanks in Advance
1st August 2012, 08:19 AM #2
I'm pretty sure visio has it all built in as that's what I used at Uni to do mine, but you can always download a stencil pack with what you're after.
What is BPM, BPMS, EA, BPA? A Short Definition Introduction - All About Requirements
Or as you said, could draw your own shapes and copy/paste them if you don't want visio etc
1st August 2012, 08:32 AM #3
You could try Dia and see if that does what you need - it's basically an open sourcer alternative to visio:
Dia a drawing program
1st August 2012, 11:22 PM #4
They are great but not what im after 100% the Teacher is specific that that's what the shapes must look like etc and how it works
Ill have to keep looking //dia is a pretty good free alt to visio
2nd August 2012, 08:24 AM #5
Originally Posted by Bbath
Visio and Dia pretty much use industry standard symbols and shapes if your teacher doesn't want to prepare your pupils/students for the real world and wants to make up their own then they'll have to draw them themselves.
Originally Posted by Bbath
If this is the route they insist on going down then Microsoft publisher is probably your answer. You could create a template that is read only that contains all the shapes they need. You can draw each shape out of individual lines and circles and then select them all and group them together so they then behave as one single shape you can easily move around.
Hope that helps!
2nd August 2012, 12:37 PM #6
You need to get your staff to look at UML, which you can do in Visio.
This is the nearest thing out of the box and these skills would be useful outside of school
Here is an example
2nd August 2012, 11:22 PM #7
Frazza is yourself one because im dyslexic (< Cant spell Either )well least i think i am
and two because im AUSTRALIAN and thought it needed a R ... ARRR lol
And thank you Penfold ill look into UML
Thought my understanding is what i link was/Is industry standard ill have to go look into this. Maybe the staff member does not even know so we will sort it out .
thanks again for your help
Last edited by Bbath; 2nd August 2012 at 11:25 PM.
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