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Argument maps visualize the logic of arguments. They help organize and navigate complex information; they encourage clearly articulated reasoning; and they promote quick and effective communication. Having laid bare their moving parts, you will be better equipped to discuss and evaluate complex arguments.
For more resources for students and teachers interested in argument visualization, check out philmaps.com. Students at Princeton, Harvard, CMU, and Berkeley have been reporting finding the resources very helpful.