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Usually whenever I'm doing this, I'd just plop out a circuit in SPICESPICE and then print to a PDF. Not the most elegant solution, but not the most difficult either.

LTSpiceLTSpice is free and pretty great. Also, I hear they keep waveforms inside some of those circle and triangle things on the schematics,schematics; you just need to push some buttons to let them out :-)

Is this what you meant? Or did you mean something that is modifiable like a GoogleDocs for schematics? That'd be nice, wouldn't it?

Usually whenever I'm doing this, I'd just plop out a circuit in SPICE and then print to a PDF. Not the most elegant solution, but not the most difficult either.

LTSpice is free and pretty great. Also, I hear they keep waveforms inside some of those circle and triangle things on the schematics, just need to push some buttons to let them out :-)

Is this what you meant? Or did you mean something that is modifiable like a GoogleDocs for schematics? That'd be nice, wouldn't it?

Usually whenever I'm doing this, I'd just plop out a circuit in SPICE and then print to a PDF. Not the most elegant solution, but not the most difficult either.

LTSpice is free and pretty great. Also, I hear they keep waveforms inside some of those circle and triangle things on the schematics; you just need to push some buttons to let them out :-)

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Usually whenever I'm doing this, I'd just plop out a circuit in SPICE and then print to a PDF. Not the most elegant solution, but not the most difficult either.

LTSpice is free and pretty great. Also, I hear they keep waveforms inside some of those circle and triangle things on the schematics, just need to push some buttons to let them out :-)

Is this what you meant? Or did you mean something that is modifiable like a GoogleDocs for schematics? That'd be nice, wouldn't it?