Presence-absence reasoning for evolutionary phenotypes

Nearly invariably, phenotypes are reported in the scientific literature in meticulous detail, utilizing the full expressivity of natural language. Often it is particularly these detailed observations (facts) that are of interest, and thus specific to the research questions that motivated observing and reporting them... (read more)

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