most animals: have bilateral symmetry

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0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Plausible Typical Remarkable Salient

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Related properties

Property Similarity
have bilateral symmetry 1.00
be classified in reference to symmetry 0.79

Priors about this statement

Cues

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Joint Necessity Sufficiency Implication Entailment Contradiction Entropy

Evidence

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Plausible Typical Remarkable Salient

Clauses

Salient implies Plausible

0.26
Rule weight: 0.28
Evidence weight: 0.94
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.87
Plausible(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.44
¬ Salient(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)

Similarity expansion

0.62
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.92
Similarity weight: 0.79
Evidence: 0.87
Plausible(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.60
¬ Plausible(most animals, be classified in reference to symmetry)
0.60
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.89
Similarity weight: 0.79
Evidence: 0.40
Remarkable(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.18
¬ Remarkable(most animals, be classified in reference to symmetry)
0.60
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.89
Similarity weight: 0.79
Evidence: 0.44
Salient(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.19
¬ Salient(most animals, be classified in reference to symmetry)
0.55
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.82
Similarity weight: 0.79
Evidence: 0.52
Typical(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.37
¬ Typical(most animals, be classified in reference to symmetry)

Typical and Remarkable implies Salient

0.12
Rule weight: 0.14
Evidence weight: 0.88
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.44
Salient(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.52
¬ Typical(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.40
¬ Remarkable(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)

Typical implies Plausible

0.45
Rule weight: 0.48
Evidence weight: 0.93
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.87
Plausible(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)
Evidence: 0.52
¬ Typical(most animals, have bilateral symmetry)