What is dflow?
dFlow is an interface for editting data-flows. It allows operations to instantiate modules or operations and make connections between them representing data dependencies. Once a network of modules and dependencies is created, the user can run the data-flow, edit it by adding/deleting modules or connections, or save it to disk for future use.
About this manual
manual is intended to provide the users of dFlow with a comprehensive review of
the features of the software. It also provides an informal tutorial on how to use various
features of dflow as well as some troubleshooting tips. For programmers who intend to modify or extend the system, we suggest looking at the technical manual afterwards.