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    Data Modeling tool comparison

    Hello Everyone,
    I was searching for a Data Modeling tool comparison document or excel sheet thru out the internet. Please do provide me the document if available or the link I would find it.

    Your quick response would be highly appreciable.


    Thank you

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    Was the (mis)spelling of "architect" in your screen name intentional?

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    i'm sure it was not

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    Hey, check out my post about time dimension

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    There are a lot of data modeling tools out there. I do not think there is one place where you can find all tools compared. The list mentioned above (btw, here is the up-to-date one: http://www.databaseanswers.org/modelling_tools.htm) just enumerates all known (to the webmaster) modeling tools.

    Here’s a compare matrix of the some of the top modeling tools (ERwin vs. ER/Studio):
    http://modelright.com/product_comparison.aspx

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    dan, that comparison link to your site is self-promotional, and self-promotional links should really be posted only in our Marketplace forum

    and i am kind of curious how you think that your link to http://www.databaseanswers.org/modelling_tools.htm is more up-to-date than my link to http://www.databaseanswers.org/modelling_tools.htm

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    r937, Sorry, I thought that you posted http://www.databaseanswers.com/modelling_tools.htm (which is the older, but much more popular, version of the list).
    My link was the same as yours; I did not realize that… -

    Well, anyway, as far as the tool compare matrix… ignore the Modelright part… just look at the ERwin vs. ER/Studio part, as the two leading market tools. As someone familiar with both products, I think it is a fair compare of the physical capabilities of the two tools.

    Cheers

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