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It's worth nothing that a .yxmd file produced by Alteryx is simply XML. One *could* parse that and use it to layout the tools in another package or format, however when the Alteryx workflow is already self-documenting it has always been unnecessary for me.
I think @chris_love meant more that you can parse out information from the xml to feed into another tool or piece of software. Attached is an example that parses out the tool connection information and feeds it into the network analysis tool (adapted from here).