Argument Map - visual representation of the structure of an argument.

Argument maps are box-and-line diagrams that lay out visually reasoning and evidence for and against a statement or claim. A good map clarifies and organizes thinking by showing the logical relationships between thoughts that are expressed simply and precisely. Argument maps are driven by asking, ‘Should I believe that? Why, or why not?’.

A collection of mapping tools can be found at: https://www.mind-mapping.org
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