Ardoq generates diagrams and visualizations on the fly, based on the hierarchy and relationship between your data. The diagrams are context sensitive, and you can apply filters to view only the details you care about.
All of Ardoq's visualizations are plugins that we have created. In Ardoq Premium and Enterprise, you can create your own view using the Plugin Editor.
The process flow diagram shows your data as a series of interconnected process steps, defined by the relationships between your components.
The Pages View shows the text (along with embedded images and videos), fields, tags and references that make up your documentation.
The Sequence Diagram shows the current component's outgoing links to other components and their subsequent references. The order of the calls changes based on the relationship's order. If the relationship has a return value, it's shown as a response line to the initiating component.
This view offers the ability to aggregate references, making it easier to visualize complex scenarios. This was the first visualization that lets you group or aggregate in Ardoq.
The Component Tree view shows the hierarchy of components, like a table of contents for your data.
The Integrations View shows all the incoming and outgoing relationships for the current components and its sub-components.
The Treemap view shows the current component and its sub-components as boxes with different sizes. Ardoq calculates the size of each box based on number of children, incoming links, outgoing links, or any other numeric field that you have in your data - like cost, risk, or importance.
The Relationship Diagram shows the incoming and outgoing references for the current component, and all its child components, displayed as a free-floating cluster of relationships.
The Swim Lane diagram shows the current component's outgoing references to other pages, and their outgoing references. By default, the lanes are the parent components, but can also be field values, tags, and many other possibilities.
The Radar View shows all components for the current hierarchy as sectors. Their child components are placed as circles in the sector based on their current and target values (these values are pulled from fields you choose).
The Table View shows all the pages in a table with important fields for a quick textual overview.
The Tagscape View shows all the tags available in the current workspace, and allows you to edit tag descriptions, delete tags, and bulk tag components.