I have a MongoDB database that I want to properly document its schema design. I know that MongoDB is a NoSQL database and is schemaless by nature, but I do enforce a schema through my application and I want to represent it in a better way than a print of a
I see many people using ER or UML, but I don't feel that's conceptually right to represent my NoSQL database as a relational DB or, at least, it looks weird.
Example using UML: MongoDB: How to represent a schema diagram in a thesis?
I thought that people would be using different models. I've searched and the far that I've saw was MongoVUE that offers a nice Tree view to understand the schema, but its not printer-friendly.
Is there something else that I'm missing for the NoSQL world? Or should I rest and stick with traditional UML?