How does an inductive storyline work?

Inductive storylines occur when a proposition is supported by two to five ideas

An inductive argument is a story in which two to five premises provide support for the probable truth of a conclusion. In an inductive storyline the premises are intended to be collectively strong enough that the conclusion is unlikely to be false.

It is possible that if one of the premises is inaccurate, the others may still be sufficient to support your conclusion. It will be weaker, but may still hold.

For example, an inductive storyline may propose that Option 1 is best because it is the fastest, cheapest and most reliable solution to your problem.

If you agree that Option 1 is fast and the most reliable solution, you may overlook that it is not the cheapest and still agree that Option 1 is the best solution.