WittNet's Nodegram


Nodegram is a vector drawing program with a focus on flowcharts. Other diagram types are also used. It is primarily used to visualize complex information

Note: The software is still in the alpha stage, which is why important functions have not yet been implemented. The first usable versions will appear in December 2022!


With Nodegram, complex structures and processes can be displayed easily. Processes, graphs and many other types of diagrams are supported. With just a few mouse clicks. Graphics are presented simply and clearly.

Nodegram runs on the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. It is constantly being developed.


In this section you can find some screenshots and Youtube videos about Nodegram. Some older versions can also be found here!



  • Multilingual
  • Runs on Linux and Windows (the Linux version is currently not available for download)
  • Intuitive GUI
  • Export functions
  • Unicode support in all functions


Nodegram can currently be downloaded for the following operating systems and architectures (click on the link to start the download)

The versions with the addition "Portable" do not need to be installed. These ZIP files can be extracted at any point. The executable file (called "nodegram.exe" under Windows) can be started directly in the unzipped directory!

Microsoft® Windows Downloads:

nodegram_setup_0_0_0.exe (Windows, 32Bit)

nodegram_portable_0_0_0_win32.zip (Portable, Windows, 32Bit)

Linux Downloads:

Nodegram-0.0.0-x64.AppImage (Linux/AppImage, 64Bit)

nodegram-0.0.0.deb (Linux, 64Bit)


The first manuals will appear here shortly.


The use of any software that is offered directly on this portal is at your own risk!

All software components are developed with the utmost care, but in the worst case, data loss can occur.

It is therefore recommended to always make backups of all relevant data!

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