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While I am not sure what was actually used for the diagram above for your own use I would suggest taking a look at Inkscape which is:

  • Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor
  • for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
  • It's free and open source.
  • Outputs as .svg, Scaled Vector Graphics, files which can be resized without loss of resolution.

While I am not sure what was actually used for the diagram above for your own use I would suggest taking a look at Inkscape which is:

  • Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor
  • for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
  • It's free and open source.

While I am not sure what was actually used for the diagram above for your own use I would suggest taking a look at Inkscape which is:

  • Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor
  • for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
  • It's free and open source.
  • Outputs as .svg, Scaled Vector Graphics, files which can be resized without loss of resolution.
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source | link

While I am not sure what was actually used for the diagram above for your own use I would suggest taking a look at Inkscape which is:

  • Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor
  • for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
  • It's free and open source.