How do I draw a 2D diagram in Linux?

by aliya.yundt , in category: General Help , 10 months ago

How do I draw a 2D diagram in Linux?

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by maddison_wintheiser , 9 months ago


There are several software options available for drawing 2D diagrams in Linux. Here are three popular choices:

  1. Inkscape: Inkscape is a powerful vector graphics editor that can be used for creating various types of diagrams. It offers a user-friendly interface and supports a wide range of file formats. To install Inkscape, you can use the package manager of your Linux distribution (e.g., apt, yum, or dnf).
  2. LibreOffice Draw: LibreOffice is a free and open-source office suite that includes Draw, a diagramming tool. It provides basic drawing functionalities and allows you to create flowcharts, organizational charts, network diagrams, and more. LibreOffice is commonly pre-installed on many Linux distributions. If not, you can install it using your package manager.
  3. Dia: Dia is a specialized diagramming software designed specifically for creating flowcharts, network diagrams, and other 2D diagrams. It has a simple and intuitive interface, making it a good choice for beginners. Dia can be installed using your package manager.

Once you have installed one of these software, you can start creating your diagram by using the drawing tools and features provided.


by albert , 3 months ago


There is also another popular software for drawing diagrams and visualizations on Linux called "" (also known as It is a web-based application that can be run on any modern web browser without the need for installation.

You can access by visiting their website ( and start creating your 2D diagrams. It offers a wide range of shapes, icons, and customization options to help you create professional-looking diagrams. You can save your work as XML, SVG, PNG, or HTML files directly to your computer.

Using can be a convenient option for creating diagrams on Linux without installing any additional software. However, if you prefer working with desktop applications, the options mentioned earlier like Inkscape, LibreOffice Draw, and Dia are great choices for creating 2D diagrams in Linux.