Category: 21 March 2016

Click and Add

Last release we made drawing a supply-chain faster and easier. This time we made it quicker and simpler. Click and drag from an existing piece of a supply-chain and then click where you want the next bit to appear. LINQ figures out what node is likely to come next and adds it for you. Use […]

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Export to Excel

What do you do when you have a great LINQ sketch, but you need to share the information to other applications? You export to Excel (or OpenOffice). LINQ exports all of the information about nodes, values, costs, and LINQ sets into a handy spreadsheet, and summarizes everything for you too. All you have to do […]

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