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Can anyone recommend a software package for drawing a decision tree?

I have MS Office, MS Visio and Enterprise Architect if any of those can be used.

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MS Visio would be the most powerful system on the market from my experience. This is especially true with the many many different templates you are able to download for Visio –  IanN Feb 28 '11 at 16:01

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FreeMind is great freeware program. very easy to use and very good for mapping decision trees and printing. It is simple but effective

see link - http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

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Thanks, I used MindJet –  Shiraz Bhaiji Feb 28 '11 at 15:57

If you have MS Office 2007 or higher it is pretty easy to do it with it. In MS Word go the Insert tab and hit Shapes you will find a section for flow chart. Otherwise I would recommend MS Visio.

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Enterprise Architect should be able to do everything you are after. Take a look at its strategic modeling capabilities.

I believe Sparx Systems have released a PDF givng an overview of decision trees here.

Hope this helps!


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