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Advanced Model Management Toolset

Various analysis and design features, including design pattern, Transitor and visual diff.

Re-use model elements by establishing project reference

Project Referencing

By establishing references among projects, you can re-use model elements in another project. You don't need to re-create same thing again and again. This not only save your design effort but also keep your model consistent.


Model refactoring

Transfer diagrams and model elements in between referenced projects through refactoring.


Duplicate model elements from reference project

Clone reference project's model element to current project.

Model Transitor

Produce a target model from the baseline and start editing. For instance, you may create a Physical ER model from Conceptual/Logical model, or to create a To-be business process model from the As-is model. Traceability is maintained in background, which enables you to navigate through the models smoothly.

As-is and To-be Process

Single Model, Multiple Names

Multilingual development team is very common nowadays, and you may need to have your software design translated into multiple languages. Visual Paradigm lets you define multiple naming sets for model elements. There is no need to manage multiple copies of the same design in different projects and it is just a click to switch between languages.

Compare diagrams with Visual Diff

Compare two diagrams and identify their differences.

UML profile

Define stereotypes visually with UML profile. You can specify tagged values and relate stereotypes with generalization and composition.

Organize project data neatly using model

The Model Explorer provides a flexible tree structure to organize diagrams and model elements.

User-defined model element properties

Describe your model elements more specifically to your needs. Add custom properties by defining default tags to any model element type.

Define and apply design pattern

Reuse, refine, elaborate or transcribe portion of previous project's diagram using design pattern.

Turn every software project into a successful one.