Diagrammr: Really Easy Way to Create Diagrams Online

Kaly (Arslan Esengulov) 28-08-2009

Diagrammr is a new online tool which offers a really cool and easy way to create diagrams online. The best part about it is that unlike other diagramming apps with this one you can have your diagrams done by writing simple sentences. The actual diagram creation is handled by Diagrammr.


The application is dead easy to use. Basically, you need to type simple sentences describing your diagrams (ex. “Microwave belongs to Mark” or “Jeorge owes money to Mark”) and Diagrammr will simultaneously convert them into diagrams.

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With Diagrammr you may create as many diagrams as you like and share them with others by forwarding them a URL or use the provided code to embed the diagrams on your website. There is also an option to change the diagram layout and size.


  • Create diagrams online using simple text sentences.
  • Create as many diagrams as you like.
  • Share diagrams with others by adding them to your site.
  • Customize diagram layout and size.
  • No registration needed.

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  1. min
    March 27, 2015 at 6:46 am

    Really wish there was auto-complete. And or all repeat words become a node. Otherwise, awesome idea. If there's software out there that generates image files etc the same way, would love to hear about it!

    • Paul Fishwick
      August 31, 2017 at 2:12 am

      Does anyone know what happened to Diagrammr? The web site no longer works. Is it written up somewhere?

  2. Wuensch-Media
    August 28, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    This is really a cool tool.

  3. Andrew M
    August 28, 2009 at 9:38 am

    While this site is very simple right now, it has tremendous potential. I wrote several sentences pertaining to the programming work I'm doing right now, and it creates a great structure diagram, but only as long as I keep it simple with one action to one object per sentence.

    The way it works is the first word is starting object, last word is finishing object, and everything in between is the action from the start object to finish object.

    I suspect this is still under development, I hope to see the ability to explain several actions through one sentence, so that a series of sentences like...

    Function1 references Table1
    Function1 references Table2
    Function1 references Table3
    Function1 creates File1

    can be reduced down to

    Function1 references Table1, Table2, Table3 and creates File1.

    But it's a great start, keep up the good work!