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UML editors

On 07/24/2009 11:37 AM, Gordon Marx wrote:
> I like dia ( for basically anything that
> someone might use Visio for. I'm not sure if there's a better way to
> import the diagram into OpenOffice than exporting as a PNG  -- if that
> works for you, then there you go. There's also kivio
> ( which I know much less
> about.
>  =20
Dia looks pretty decent both as a diagraming tool like Visio as well as
a UML tool. Initially, I was not going to look into it, but since it is
on my laptop, on futher glance it does support UML and should meet my
needs. All the systems in the office are GNOME based so kivio is not
really the best choice. And,, if it does not run under Windows, they can
use putty and exceed. They all have RHEL running as VMs.

What I am tasked to do is to diagram a rather complex financial modeling
instrument that incorporates a stochastic pricing model and Monte Carlo
simulation. I have some existing UML diagrams that I should be able to
redraw and update to the current state of the code. The issue is really
that our financial engineers want to be able to understand how this
software works.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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