GraphDoc - *free*, open-source, and user-friendly graphical interface to build your own decision trees

The output can be pasted or loaded into Docassemble, also a free and open-source expert system for guided interviews. Docassemble is supported by a user community that maintains the software. GraphDoc does not require any installation and can be run online.

GraphDoc can potentially be used in research and education: rather than writing down your decision trees on paper, you can now build them
electronically and, possibly, publish them on a website. A demonstration is available at LinkedIn.

The tool was developed by Sander van Essel, a Zuyd University of Applied Sciences student, who has been working as an intern for the Law and Tech Lab to develop a graph-based no-code interface for creating decision trees.


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