yEd Graph Editor

Contribute your Diagrams

Help us show the world what your favorite diagramming application can do. Submit a yEd diagram, and if we add it to the gallery, we'll send you a free yEd T-shirt!

Gallery Submission Form

Note that all form fields are required.
Please provide true, accurate, current, and complete information.

About You
 
Salutation: Mr. Ms.
First name:
Last name:
Email:
Note: Your email address will not be published.
 
Your Diagram
 
Diagram:
Select your diagram's .graphml or .graphmlz file.
 
Description:
Briefly describe the content and use of your diagram. What do the nodes and edges represent?
Note: This description will be published alongside the diagram.
How it was created:
Briefly describe how the diagram was created. What layout algorithms were used? Were port contraints set for edges? What customizations did you make? Etc.
Note: This description will be published alongside the diagram.

Example Diagram Contribution

Description

The diagram shows how Last.fm tags are related to each other and how these tags form clusters that represent different music genres.

How the diagram was created

The depicted data was retrieved using the Last.fm Web API. The initial GraphML file to import into yEd was created using yFiles for Java. To cluster the data, I used yEd's auto-grouping feature. To arrange the diagram elements, I used yEd's organic layout feature.

Author: RW

Frequently Asked Questions

Who may submit diagrams?

Anyone is welcome to contribute diagrams.

How are diagrams chosen?

From the submissions we receive, we choose the most compelling illustrations of yEd features, and the most interesting use cases, for inclusion in the gallery.

How will I know if my diagram is chosen?

We notify selected contributors at the email address used in the submission form. We'll then ask for a physical address to which to send your T-shirt.

How will I receive my T-shirt?

The yEd T-shirt is sent by mail. Any required federal, state or local taxes related to the T-shirt are the sole responsibility of the recipient.