New article „Logic diagrams: a visual tool with untapped potential“ published in Nature Reviews Methods Primers:

Logic diagrams were originally developed at the crossroads of analytical philosophy and electrical engineering as visual representations of Boolean-algebraic functions, primarily those describing switching circuits. However, their utility and applicability extend far beyond the technical sciences. Here, we argue that natural and social scientists alike should consider using logic diagrams in their research. Especially in the context of causal arguments that involve necessary or sufficient conditions, logic diagrams represent a perfect fit. The article is available open-access via this link.

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