Yourdon and Coad Diagram Example: Yourdon and Coad DFD Example

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What is a DFD?

A data flow diagram (DFD) represents the flow of information through a system. DFDs quickly became a popular way to visualize the major steps and data involved in software-system processes. They were used to show data flow in a software system, although they could in theory be applied to business process modeling. DFDs were useful to document the major data flows or to explore a new high-level design in terms of data flow.

How to create a Yourdon and Coad Diagram?

Have you ever wondered how to draw Yourdon and Coad Diagram with a diagram tool like Visio but with more great diagramming features? VP Online Diagrams is the answer.

  1. Create a blank Yourdon and Coad Diagram.
  2. From the diagram palette, select the shapes you need and drop them onto the diagram. Arrange and connect shapes with connector lines.
  3. When you are done, save it (File > Save as) to our cloud repository for future access. You can also export your diagram into an image (PNG, SVG, JPG, PDF and more) and share it with your co-workers.

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