Use these sheets in research to denote data that are pluses, minuses, and interesting.

Whether you are trying to choose a course of action, constructing (or deconstructing) an argument, or conducting research, you need a way to quickly qualify the facts and opinions you discover. These blank PMI templates give you labeled spaces that allow for fast and clear sorting so you have a reference later on. The complexity of your project will help determine which sheet to use, based on the number of available rows for data.

Note: These charts make excellent companion sheets when used in conjunction with the Persuasion sheets or the Fact and Opinion sheets located elsewhere on this site.

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Printable PMI Charts

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Standard PMI Chart

Three unbroken vertical columns for small subjects or general sorting.

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3 Row PMI Chart

The PMI columns are divided into three rows for tracking multiple variables or subjects.

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4 Row PMI Chart

The PMI columns are divided into four rows for tracking multiple variables or subjects.

5 Row PMI Chart

The PMI columns are divided into five rows for tracking multiple variables or subjects.

6 Row PMI Chart

The PMI columns are divided into six rows for tracking multiple variables or subjects.

7 Row PMI Chart

The PMI columns are divided into seven rows for tracking multiple variables or subjects.

8 Row PMI Chart

The PMI columns are divided into eight rows for tracking multiple variables or subjects.