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Look at diagrams.net (formerly draw.io). It is gratis (free of cost). I use it intensively as a software engineer to architect and design different workflows. There is also a desktop app for the same web tool.


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Before you try MS Visio, have a look at yEd. It's free, works on Windows as well and can also draw flowcharts. You can adjust the colors etc. to make it look closer to Visio. Downside: I needed to get used to its usability. It doesn't behave like I expected it would. Usually I accidentally draw a lot of more boxes than needed.


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You can try pyreverse. It's installed as part of the pylint package so it's possible you already have it. Someone else already beat me to a pyreverse explainer: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36432630/class-diagram-viewer-application-for-python3-source


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Diagram is a feature-rich react component for visualizing, creating, and editing interactive diagrams like flow charts, organizational charts, mind maps, BPMN diagrams, and more. Its rich feature set includes built-in shapes, editing, serializing, exporting, printing, overview, data binding, and automatic layouts. Herewith we have a created a simple sample ...


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I use yEd for this: https://www.yworks.com/products/yed Has worked very well for me. Available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and generic Java. TWIMC, I have no affiliation whatsoever with its developer.


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Inspiration can do this. It costs £60.


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That looks like Visio to me. Personally I use Visual Paradigm, its a lot more than a drawing tool ...but it is a very good drawing tool.


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IMHO, the graphics in question was made with Microsoft Visio. It's from Microsoft and available in 2019 Standard version for ~440 €. It works on Windows.


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You might want to look at https://github.com/pierre3/PlantUmlClassDiagramGenerator It can be run standalone. It looks at your source file and generates rudimentary class diagrams. Might be worth a look.


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