The Discourse Graph extension enables Roam users to seamlessly add additional semantic structure to their notes, including specified page types and link types that model scientific discourse, to enable more complex and structured knowledge synthesis work, such as a complex interdisciplinary literature review, and enhanced collaboration with others on this work.


Here is a relatively brief walkthrough of some of the main features of the extension, including creating discourse nodes and relations, and using, querying, and sharing the discourse graph. This is done in the context of an actual ongoing literature review.


Guides: Jump right in

Follow our handy guides to get started on the basics as quickly as possible:

Fundamentals: Dive a little deeper

Learn the fundamentals of the Discourse Graph extension to get a deeper understanding of our main features:

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