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This might be a silly question but I'm a bit confused. The 'Two-Value Systems' discussion references inferences to be drawn when there are two groups and all the variables are assigned to one or the other, eg, group 1 and 2. But don't the same inferences apply to 'in and out' groups also, eg, if 4 variables are out of 8 are selected? Wouldn't I just substitute 1 and 2 for 'in' and 'out' and draw the same inferences?
(If H is in then L is in, contra: If L isn't in then neither is H = if L is out then H is out?)