|CaseTalk Modeler 8.13 and Viewer 2.7|
CaseTalk Viewer v2.7 has improved it's support for documentation. It uses the annotation block to express the business meaning of the columns in the table, and also accompanies this with an example population.
The CaseTalk Modeler v8.13 now provides session support. When modeling during sprints in an agile project or scrum team, you incrementally adjust of expand your information model. Every time you now start a new session, you may specify the defaults for your custom attributes to keep track of this specific session scope. AND additionally you may now for the first time ever, reorder the roles in the expressions by opening up the expression edit dialog and drag the object types to the destination you desire. (watch demo)
This is how the Viewer can present table documentation according to the users specifications and verbalizations, including the examples as entered in the Modeler: