Discourse context

The discourse context component adds a "higher-signal" linked references section to each discourse node, that allows you to explore discourse relations (e.g., inform, support, etc.) between this node and other nodes in your discourse graph.

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Show the context of each relation

You can view the context of a relation pattern (i.e., where in your graph the extension recognized the relation) by naming one of the nodes in your relation pattern "Context". Specifying this will add a column called "Context" to the discourse context component, allowing you to view the block tree where this relation was recognized.

For example, in the following pattern for the Evidence-Supports-Claim relation, we can name the block that references the Evidence node as "Context":

This allows us to view that block and its context whenever we look at Evidence-Supports-Claim relations in the discourse context, like this:


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