According to Baldwin and Price, this collaborative, visualization tool allows the user to:

  • present the strongest case on any debate;
  • openly engage the opposing arguments;
  • create and reshape debates, make new points, rate and filter the arguments;
  • monitor the evolution of debates via RSS feeds; and,
  • share and reuse the debates on and offline;

Additionally, debategraph is open to iterative improvement by anyone who participates and is a “global graph of all the debates that enables us to visualize and deepen our understanding of the ways in which different debates are semantically interrelated, and ways in which these interrelated debates shape, and are shaped by, each other.”

For more information on Debategraph, please view the following videos.

Creating a new account


Using DebateGraph

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