(im not sure if there is a section here just to get feedback on schematics or not?)
being new. .I am trying to get 'used' to Eagle.. and laying out schematic properly (instead of using photoshop and block style diagram... which I know most of you experienced people loathe!) LOL
while Im slowing getting used to the layout a bit.. some things still elude me.. (as well as just normal workflow operations, copy, paste..etc..are just non-intuitive at first)..
Im still very RAW in the PCB layout portion..... and have been trying to work in the schematic editor first.. following tuts.. googling certain questions.. reading manual and tutorial pdf's...etc..etc
instead of just fooling around..I gave myself a mission, a goal if you will, to work toward. This way i can deal with the normal problems/questions/errors that arise during a normal project.
I opted for (trying) to layout a schematic for an SMDuino w/SD socket type circuit/end result...
using other schematics as motivation and learning.. and other minimal Arduino circuit image..etc..
Feeling a bit overwhelmed here..as not only is Eagle new.. Im pretty raw in electronics/principles itself.
If anyone has some time please take a look at my first schematic attempt in Eagle.... and if you see some errors or have some tips/advice.. its appreciated. (please do not come in here saying/asking WHY this or that was done.. or talking down about what was done.. if its not obvious 'why'.. its because Im new and dont know better yet, hence learning and trying and getting feedback)
-I need to learn/break habit that not all lines need to be connected in the schematic... I can draw lines out.. and just LABEL the net..correct? (which is common/custom for big schematics.. right? as not all components and parts can fit together in same place.. so they space out over the schematic page?) So I can just draw a NET from a pin and stop.. give it a LABEL/NAME and it will know it supposed to be part of that 'NET'?