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One technique that's been helpful in our work is to break the processes down into successive levels of detail. Show each level with a reasonable amount of detail. Then, break down any step that doesn't have enough detail into its own diagram. For example, mapping the process to "Get ready for school" might look like: Even without going into any more ...


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You could make it interactive using some simple javascript code. Check out tree diagram block on d3.js here : http://bl.ocks.org/d3noob/8375092 Interactive tree diagrams can help you hide smaller branches unless you want to see them. Hence, user navigation through large tree maps becomes easy and understandable.


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I usually make my documentation 11"x14" (tabloid size). Even so, some diagrams still get too large, so on the main diagram I'll show blank placeholders and diagram those subsections individually. Label each placeholder with an ID number so the subsections on the subsequent pages can be more easily found. I've done this plenty of times, usually needing just ...



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