Sparx Systems provides tutorials for the Unified Modeling Language (UML)
and for its modeling tool, Enterprise Architect.
We provide these tutorials in the interests of enhancing your understanding of the various aspects and advantages of modeling UML with Enterprise Architect.
|BABOK Guide v3 - Introduction
|Introducing the BABOK Guide v3 with Enterprise Architect
|BABOK Guide v3 - Getting Started
|Getting Started - A guide for the Business Analyst
|BABOK Guide v3 - Create a Model
|Create a Model using a Template
|BABOK Guide v3 - Worked Example
|Adding a Worked Example
|BABOK Guide v3 - Using Documents
|BABOK Guide v3 - Create Diagrms
|Creating Your Own Diagrams
|BPEL: Step by Step Guide (pdf)
|Learn how to use the Business Process Modeling Notation as a visual approach to generating BPEL scripts.
|Creating Strategic Models (pdf)
|This Quick Start Guide demonstrates how to create Strategic Models, including a Mind Mapping Diagram, Organizational Chart, Flowchart, Value Chain, Balanced Scorecard, Strategy Map and Decision Tree.
|Diagram Filters (pdf)
|Learn how to create and use Diagram Filters with Enterprise Architect.
|Introduction to ArchiMate in Enterprise Architect
|Learn about ArchiMate, the graphical language and open standard used to describe the architecture of organizations.
|NIEM Step by Step Guide
|Create NIEM 3 sub-set schema and generate an IEPD with Enterprise Architect.
|Gain a better understanding of how Enterprise Architect can be used to assign resources and track development progress.
|Enterprise Architect provides a fully-featured RTF Document generator.
|Structured Use Case Scenarios (pdf)
|Learn how to use the Structured Scenario Editor to rapidly build scenarios and drive model development.
|Introduces five areas of testing supported by Enterprise Architect.
|A brief overview of how to achieve traceability using dependency and realization relationships.
|Use Case Metrics
|Enterprise Architect provides a comprehensive project estimation tool that calculates effort from use case and actor objects, coupled with project configurations that define the complexity of the work environment. This tutorial explains how to use Enterprise Architect's project estimation capability.