Wednesday, September 15, 2010


What is a flowchart?
A flowchart is a type of diagram, it depicts an algorithm or process. Showing the process steps as various symbols.

Flowcharts usually have a start and end points, but are not limited to multiple starts or ends. You can create one that best fits your process.

How can I use them?
You start at a particular problem or statement then continue on to other statements. A flowchart doesn't always have to be a Boolean logic chart (true, false, or if then statements) you can flow into ideas or images.

Help you with common problems, increase brain activity, manipulate data and much more. The more you use them you will notice your brain automatically use them with little difficulty, you might even not notice your brain using them as the process becomes too rapid.

You might also discover abstract ways to interpret data through the use of flowcharting. Creating connections between data, similarities, differences, and uses.