Abstract argumentation considers an argument framework to be a directed
graph where nodes represent arguments and edges represent conflicts between
the arguments. Algorithms can be used to identify sets of coherent arguments
(extensions) within a particular framework.

Review the available extensions in the distinct graphs with up to three arguments.

Test and share your own argument frameworks.

Review the available extensions in randomly generated argument frameworks.

These demos use the excellent Visjs to visualise argument frameworks as networks.