New Software Makes Creating Sankey Diagrams an Easy Task

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New Software Makes Creating Sankey Diagrams an Easy Task

Capable tool to visualize complex issues – flow charts for presentations, scientific papers and internal communication.

Hamburg – e!Sankey is a new, windows-based software for engineers, environmental consultants and scientists. With this fast, easy to use program, users can create appealing process diagrams and flow charts, also called Sankey diagrams. These allow users to visualize a wide range of processes, such as production costs, energy losses of a particular machine or material flows within specific economic sectors.

This unique new tool is extremely user-friendly and offers a wide variety of examples and templates. Adding your own graphics to the diagrams is quick and intuitive, resulting in attractive graphics for presentations and information materials.

The graphic editor interface is easy to use for both beginners and advanced users. You can create your own templates or adapt existing templates to suit your needs. Individual processes are then associated with the appropriate unit type, such as “tons” for mass transfers or “$” for monetary flows. Different colors highlight the lines connecting the processes, while their width is displayed proportional to the respective flow quantity.

Sankey diagrams are graphic representations of technical or economical interrelationships. They help viewers visualize and understand the connections between individual processes, for example, material, cost or energy flows. The relative value of each material flow is represented by the width of the connecting arrows within the Sankey diagram.

e!Sankey is available online at http://www.e-sankey.com. The software is currently offered at $ 99,00.

Visit our website for a graphic tour of the new e!Sankey tool: http://www.e-sankey.com/en/features/screenshots/index.htm

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