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Put tools that you have looked at or heard about in the list below.

Tool Name

Type

URL

Description

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Gliffy

Drawing Tool

http://www.gliffy.com/

Gliffy is a plug-in for confluence (wiki) and an on-line drawing tool.  We use it, along with a wiki, to draw and gather UML models.  Everyone on the team can edit them.  No need for proprietary / desktop software.

Jim Phelps, UW-Madison

MagicDraw UML

UML Modeling, CASE Tool

http://www.magicdraw.com/

MagicDraw UML is a fairly heavy-weight UML modeling application and CASE tool.   It is a large java application that runs on MacOS, Windows and Linux.  Fairly reasonable pricing.  Step learning curve.  We have an Enterprise Site License though we don't use it much.  Hard for beginners to use.  Will save/open Visio XML documents.


Jim Phelps, UW-Madison

Protege

Ontology Mapping Tool

http://protege.stanford.edu/


Protege is being used by UC-Irvine to map their architecture(s).  See their Enterprise Architecture Model and Repository

Marina Arseniev, UC-Irvine