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Class / UML / Architecture diagrams as part of the documentation

It would be great to have some Class / UML diagrams to see associations etc. Those who are programmers and also new to coding would definitely benefit.

Sure it may get out of date but the core parts (without giving out too much of your IP) in UML (former or otherwise) would be beneficial to navigate.

What do you think?

Joyanta
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We're going to open source everything you need to compile the algorithm locally, so you can upload the compiled DLL -- Id love some help with the class diagrams for this, are you good at drawing these? Is there a tool that does it for you?
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We're going to open source everything you need to compile the algorithm locally: ABSOLUTELY Brilliant. I am looking forward to this and looking inside the algo classes,

Yeah sure when you open sourced it I can have go. It is always work in progress but it would be great to get some code class diagrams etc.

Microsoft Visio is good one. I think I have a copy of it (though have not installed on my machine). Of course there should be free ones.

http://www.maketecheasier.com/5-best-free-alternatives-to-microsoft-visio/2012/01/20
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Hey @Joyanta -- we just open sourced the base classes and you can compile the whole thing locally now. http://www.quantconnect.com/forum/discussion/84/qcalgorithm-open-sourced#Item_1

If you have a chance we'd love to show your class diagrams on the site. I'm sure it will help a lot of other users.
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