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Flowcharts are diagrams that are made to represent the flow of single process, system or an algorithm. There are different types of flowcharts such as document, data, system, program flowchart, etc. They can identify certain issues and tasks and contribute for a more detailed depiction of the process. They can help in any planning, documenting, studying, improving and communicating activity in order to simplify it and offer a clearer picture.
The basic flowchart is used to show a step-by-step execution of a certain task or project. It can be used at the lowest level of business model description. The steps are shown by circular shapes and as such, it is very creative and visual. The steps can be connected with straight lines or arrows. This flowchart is great for planning a new project, representing an algorithm, illustrating a solution to a given problem and for representing process operations.
The sequential flowchart is great for representing the relational flow of steps and tasks regarding a certain process and project. It can be used to describe certain stages of a business or a production process from the beginning to the end. You will be able to track the progress of the process quickly and clearly.
Use to show a progression or sequential steps in a task, process, or workflow. Maximizes the horizontal display space for shapes. Places more emphasis on the interrelationships among the shapes than on direction or movement. It can be used for structural analysis and design of informational systems.
Flowcharts are diagrams that are made to represent the flow of a single process, system or algorithm
The basic flowchart is very creative and highly visual and can be used at the lowest level of business model description
The sequential flowchart is great for showing relational flow of steps and tasks
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