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These tutorials provide more in-depth or step-by-step overviews of particular topics. New tutorials are being added on a regular basis. Come back often to check out our latest tutorials to help you get started with Visual Paradigm.


Our Latest Tutorials


How to Generate ERD from DDL?

Sep 10, 2014

  • Generate DDL from database
  • Reverse DDL to generate ERD

How to Attach File Reference to Model?

Aug 15, 2014

  • Defining diagram reference
  • Navigation between referenced diagrams

How to Use Sub-Diagrams?

Aug 4, 2014

  • Elaborate model element with sub-diagrams
  • Navigation between model element and sub-diagrams

What is Package Diagram? How to Draw Package Diagram?

Jul 29, 2014

  • Organize diagrams in context basis
  • Using package diagram
  • Navigation between package and child diagrams

How to Capture Ad-Hoc Ideas with Brainstorm Diagram?

Jul 8, 2014

  • Capture ideas using Brainstorm diagram
  • Transform ideas into Business Process Diagram

What is ArchiMate? How to Draw ArchiMate Diagram?

May 14, 2014

  • Understanding ArchiMate
  • Drawing ArchiMate Diagram

How to Find Use Cases from Business Process (BPMN)?

Feb 17, 2014

  • What are BPMN and BPD?
  • What is Use Case Diagram?
  • Transit from BPD and Use Case Diagram
  • BPD vs. Use Case Diagram
  • Case Study: The True Aqua Distilled Water Company

How to Keep ERD and Data Dictionary Synchronized?

Jan 20, 2014

  • Data modeling
  • Producing data dictionary
  • Keep data dictionary up-to-date

How to Generate RACI from BPMN Process Map?

Dec 5, 2013

  • Learning RACI chart
  • Generating RACI chart from BPD
  • Output RACI chart to report

How to Model Multi-Party Service in SoaML?

Sep 4, 2013

  • Define Interfaces in Service Interface Diagram
  • Drawing Service Contract Diagram
  • Specifying Multi-Party Choreography with Sequence Diagram
  • Drawing Service Participant Diagram

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