|Creating composite diagrams [message #1816310]
||Sat, 26 October 2019 07:48
| Avi Shaked
Registered: October 2019
I am interested in creating a composite diagram, which includes hierarchies of elements.
My model has components that are composed of lower level components. I want to be able to show both "parent" components and their "children" components in the same diagram, with the children and their related edges being shown within the parent component. Also, if there are edges from a child to a component that is a sybling of the parent component, I want those to appear as well.
I have tried containers with free-form arrangements, but they seem to only show the component blocks and not the edges.
I'm attaching a image of the representation I'm wish to achieve.
In the image, you can also see another aspect I'm interested in showing: the red edge represents an interaction between components that emerges from the interaction of their subcomponents (but not predefined). If you have any idea about implementing this as well, it would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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