In the previous chapter, various ways in which an analyst may obtain information were described and it is natural to follow this with a discussion on some of the ways in which the information obtained can be documented. Charting techniques are, however, more than just ways of recording information; properly used they can also prove valuable design aids. In this chapter, some of the most useful charting techniques to an analyst are described. They are:
Hierarchy plus input-process-output (HIPO) charts.
Other charting techniques.
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