In this tutorial, we will learn about free flowchart Tools for Linux operating system.
The software teams use flowcharts to visualize algorithms, business workflows,
technical drawings, system charts, diagrams, etc.
Flowchart Tools for Linux
Some of the flowchart tools for the Linux operating system are as follows:
- LibreOffice Draw
- Draw.io ( Online Flowchart Maker )
LibreOffice Draw is an easy-to-use graphics editor, which allows you to create and edit drawings, flowcharts, logos, etc. LibreOffice Draw allows you to create, manipulate and arrange different objects – it offers a number of tools for editing, resizing, rotating, etc.
LibreOffice supports opening and saving into a wide variety of formats, We can also share drawings with users of other popular office suites without worrying about compatibility.
Draw.io is a free online flowchart maker. We can simply work with the tool using a web browser. We can use the tool to create powerful, easy-to-use flowcharts, BPMN, UML diagrams, whiteboards, etc.
Dia is free diagramming software that can be used to create a large variety of diagrams. Dia supports exporting to numerous image formats. Some of the supported formats are as follows:
• Computer Graphics Metafile (.cgm)
• Encapsulated Postscript (.eps)
• Portable Document Format (.pdf)
• Portable Network Graphics (.png)
• Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg)