There are many kinds of diagrams that are created to help easing you in your analyzing process. Those types are block, bubble, chart, flow, notation, shape, and UML diagrams. To know more about the looks of these diagrams, we have collected each a sample that you can use as your references in making one. First diagram is posted right below.
Posted above is a block diagram which is used to classify a non profit of business in which the principal parts or functions are represented by blocks connected by lines, that show the relationships of the blocks. Meanwhile, the diagrams posted in the following images are the samples of flow, bubble, and chart diagrams.
A flow diagram is a general type of diagram, that shows a sequence of activities and or decisions. Meanwhile, a bubble diagram is a diagram which represents information visually in the form of a series of bubbles. Chart diagrams are visual representations of information; they are useful for documenting facts, drawing plans, and capturing ideas. Diagrams sometimes also use special shapes to represent different types of relations.
The last one is a sample of an UML diagram. UML is a way of visualizing a software program using a collection of diagrams. The key to making a UML diagram is connecting shapes that represent an object or class with other shapes to illustrate relationships and the flow of information and data. In making diagrams, it is flexible to use any kind of shapes. What’s important is the structure, branches, and what each entity exposes.