Physical I/O Diagram

Last modified on May 6th, 2022.


The 'Physical I/O Diagram' is in a way a cross-over diagram, which displays the functional interactions and relationships between the physical components of a system model.

Using Physical I/O Diagrams

FunctionDescription
Creating Physical I/O DiagramsUsing 'Diagrams View' in Innoslate, you can create a new 'Physical I/O Diagram.'
Physical I/O Diagram ConstructsThe 'Physical I/O Diagram' supports two unique diagram constructs: an 'Asset' and an 'Input/Output.'
Adding an AssetAn 'Asset' construct can be added to a 'Physical I/O Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding an Input/OutputAn 'Input/Output' construct can be added to a 'Physical I/O Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Removing a ConstructA construct can be easily removed from a 'Physical I/O Diagram.'

Physical I/O Diagram

Last modified on May 6th, 2022. 


The ‘Physical I/O Diagram’ is in a way a cross-over diagram, which displays the functional interactions and relationships between the physical components of a system model.

Using Physical I/O Diagrams

FunctionDescription
Creating Physical I/O DiagramsUsing ‘Diagrams View’ in Innoslate, you can create a new ‘Physical I/O Diagram.’
Physical I/O Diagram ConstructsThe ‘Physical I/O Diagram’ supports two unique diagram constructs: an ‘Asset’ and an ‘Input/Output.’
Adding an AssetAn ‘Asset’ construct can be added to a ‘Physical I/O Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding an Input/OutputAn ‘Input/Output’ construct can be added to a ‘Physical I/O Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Removing a ConstructA construct can be easily removed from a ‘Physical I/O Diagram.’