The Or node

Acts in a very similar way to the AND node. The key differences are that Mul will do 1 - (1-val0)*(1-val1)*(1-val2)...(1-valN) rather than val0*val1*val2...*valN and OR uses the max function rather than the min function.


Causes the output to be the product/minimum of all input values.


Causes values to only be considered if that key is found in all input nodes. For example,

Inputs: {"a": 0.5, "b": 1} and {"a": 0.1}

Output with IncludeAll selected: {"a": 0.05}

Output with IncludeAll deselected: {"a": 0.05, "b": 1}

If both SingleOutput and IncludeAll are both selected then only keys that are found in all inputs are used to calculate the final output.