- I've been tasked to develop a UI to summarize different variants of flowcharts.
- The flowchart content is the workflow of different people on the team.
- These 10+ people do the same set of things (A, B, C) but with different sequencing.
- The goal for this summary visualization is for the executives to easily see the status (e.g. step A: finished; step B: progressing; step C: aborted) of each "step" in the workflow, as well as different variations of sequencing.
- Person 1: step A → step B → step C
- Person 2: step A → step C → step D
- Person 3: step B → step A → step C
- I'm using a 3-step workflow here just to illustrate, but the real workflow could be 10+ steps, and not always linear (could have branching).
- How do I create a summary visualization to illustrate the "overall flowchart" that not only shows what the steps are, but also indicate the different sequencing variations?
- My current approach in the screenshot is to "merge" them, but it doesn't really capture the "sequencing" (what do people start / end with) and "weight" (how much is step A being used) aspect.