BPMN Diagram

A BPMN diagram offers a graphical representation for process modeling and describing. The processes are presented as flows of tasks, events, and process branches (realized by gateways), organized in swimlanes.

UML Arrows - Know UML Relationship Types

UML diagrams use different types of arrows. Each arrow type represents another relationship. Sometimes the relationships are depicted in the same way, but they have a slightly different meaning. In that case, they can be annotated with a stereotype.

How to Make a Tree Diagram

You can draw a tree diagram box by box or you can generate it from the text list. Software Ideas Modeler offers a handy solution which allows you to create a tree diagram very easily within seconds.

Useful Features of Diagram Editor

The diagram editor offers useful features that can help you during the diagram creation, save you mouse clicks and allows you to create the diagrams faster.

Event Tree Analysis (ETA)

An event tree analysis is a powerful analytical tool that allows you to analyze an event within a system with its possible consequences and probabilities of various outcomes.

Fault Tree Analysis Diagram (FTA)

FTA (Fault Tree Analysis) diagram is used to analyze and understand possible risks, especially in high-hazard industries. It is a top-down diagram that organized the events and lower-level events using Boolean logic operators.

Diagram Types

There are plenty of diagram types you can draw using Software Ideas Modeler. You can depict structures, behavior, processes, workflows, ideas, concepts, and data models with them.

What Is the Difference Between UML Aggregation and Composition?

An aggregation and a composition are both a type of association in UML diagrams. They are more specific versions of an association. An association connects two classes that need to communicate somehow. Both association and composition are kind of "has-a" relationships. Despite these similarities, there is a difference between aggregations and compositions.


The UML reverse engineering tool allows you to transform JSON to a UML diagram. You can get UML from JSON very easily on just a few clicks.

SQL from ERD

The entity-relationship diagram can be turned into a SQL script. The ERD tool can generate create scripts for each entity and relationship in the diagram or only for the selected part. You can transform ERD entities to database tables very easily.

Roadmap (Diagram)

Use the roadmap tool to create a good-looking roadmap that depicts a plan of a project, the planned stages for new features and modules. Roadmaps are used to present what a team or a company wants to release or develop in the upcoming period or later in the future.

Advanced Use Case Analysis

A use case analysis allows you to understand the functional user requirements on the modeled system. During the analysis, you will identify the actors and specify their interactions with the system using use cases. Use cases are detailed using a flow of events.

Diagram Element with Multi-Line Names

The long names of diagram elements may be broken into multiple lines. If the name is too long to be displayed within specified bounds, it is broken automatically.

How to Create a Diagram

Organize your model in diagrams. There are dozens of diagram types you can use. Each diagram type is good for specific purposes. You can create multiple diagrams in a project. A diagram should be named properly and placed in the project hierarchy.

How to Draw a Flowchart

A flowchart is a common type of diagram. It is easy to draw and even easier to read. Let's look at how to make a flowchart using Software Ideas Modeler.

Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD)

An entity-relationship diagram (E-R diagram or ERD) describes types of a data domain and how they are interconnected. It has an irreplaceable position in data modeling. It is used to design data models, especially for database systems.