# Datasets:art

Languages: English
Multilinguality: monolingual
Size Categories: 100K<n<1M
Language Creators: found
Annotations Creators: crowdsourced
Source Datasets: original
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observation_1 (string)observation_2 (string)hypothesis_1 (string)hypothesis_2 (string)label (class label)
"Chad went to get the wheel alignment measured on his car."
"The mechanic provided a working alignment with new body work."
"Chad was waiting for his car to be washed."
"Chad was waiting for his car to be finished."
2 (2)
"Chad went to get the wheel alignment measured on his car."
"The mechanic provided a working alignment with new body work."
1 (1)
"Chad went to get the wheel alignment measured on his car."
"The mechanic provided a working alignment with new body work."
"Chad's mechanic said he found no problems with his car."
1 (1)
"Chad went to get the wheel alignment measured on his car."
"The mechanic provided a working alignment with new body work."
"He ran into a pole on the way to the mechanic."
"The mechanic ran into a pole on the way to him."
1 (1)
"Chad went to get the wheel alignment measured on his car."
"The mechanic provided a working alignment with new body work."
"the mechanic told him that he could fix his wheel."
"the mechanic told him that he could not fix his wheel."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad went to meet Barry Bonds."
"Chad failed to meet Barry Bonds."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad got to meet Barry Bonds online, chatting."
"Chad got to meet Barry Bonds."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad went to meet Barry Bonds."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad never got to meet Barry Bonds."
"Chad got to meet Barry Bonds."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad got to meet Barry Bonds."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad saw Barry Bonds at Com-icon."
"Chad attacked Barry Bonds at Com-icon."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad saw Barry Bonds at Com-icon."
"Chad missed the flight to Com-icon."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad saw Barry Bonds on television."
"Chad saw Barry Bonds at Com-icon."
2 (2)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad waited after a game and met Barry."
"Chad waited after a game and met John."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad waited after a game and met Barry."
"Chad waited after a game and met the mascot."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad waited after a game and met Barry."
"Chad waited after a game but didn't meet Barry."
1 (1)
"Chad ensured that he took a picture to remember the event."
"Chad went to meet Barry Bonds."
"chad went to meet elon musk."
1 (1)
"Homer bought a gas grill for the summer."
"They grilled steak for the first time on the grill."
"He wanted a steak."
"He did not like eating steaks."
1 (1)
"Homer bought a gas grill for the summer."
"They grilled steak for the first time on the grill."
"He was really craving a steak dinner."
"Homer was really craving a spaghetti dinner."
1 (1)
"Homer bought a gas grill for the summer."
"They grilled steak for the first time on the grill."
"Homer invited his friends over to try it for the first time."
"Homer invited his pets over to try it for the first time."
1 (1)
"Homer bought a gas grill for the summer."
"They grilled steak for the first time on the grill."
"Homer puts lots of lighter on the grill."
"Homer put lots of vegetables on the grill."
1 (1)
"Homer bought a gas grill for the summer."
"They grilled steak for the first time on the grill."
"Homer went to the butcher and asked for the finest meat."
"Homer went to the store and asked for the finest tofu."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I fought over a boy."
"Breanna and I went to the mall together."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I fought over a boy."
"Brenna and I compromised over a boy."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I had a big falling out."
"Brenna and I had a big party."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I had a big party."
"Brenna and I had a big falling out."
2 (2)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I had a big falling out."
"Brenna and I were best friends forever."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I had a huge disagreement."
"Brenna and I had a great conversation."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I had an argement."
"Brenna and I agreed on everything."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I got married."
"Brenna and I had an argement."
2 (2)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I went on a hike."
"Brenna and I had an argement."
2 (2)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I loved our agreements."
"Brenna and I had a huge disagreement."
2 (2)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I never fought over a boy."
"Brenna and I fought over a boy."
2 (2)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna and I never fought."
"Brenna and I had a huge disagreement."
2 (2)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna stole my boyfriend."
"Brenna introduced me to my boyfriend."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna stole my boyfriend."
"Brenna introduced me to my boyfriend."
1 (1)
"Brenna and I used to be best friends."
"We never talked again."
"Brenna loved each other."
"Brenna stole my boyfriend."
2 (2)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh realized that the parrot could talk!."
"Josh realized that the dog could talk!."
1 (1)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh realized that the parrot could talk!."
"Josh realized that the parrot had no voice."
1 (1)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh realized that the parrot could talk!."
"Josh realized that the parrot was mute."
1 (1)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh spent hours trying to get his parrot to talk."
"He is scared of birds."
1 (1)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh spent hours trying to get his parrot to fetch."
"Josh spent hours trying to get his parrot to talk."
2 (2)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh spent hours trying to get his parrot to talk, to no avail."
"Josh spent hours trying to get his parrot to talk."
2 (2)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh started throwing things at the parrot."
"Josh started teaching the parrot things."
2 (2)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"Josh would not teach the parrot things."
"Josh started teaching the parrot things."
2 (2)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"The parrot never talked or repeated any phrases."
"Josh started teaching the parrot things."
2 (2)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"The parrot repeated Josh's morning greeting."
"Josh repeated the parrot's morning greeting."
1 (1)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"The parrot repeated Josh's morning greeting."
"The parrot could not repeat Josh's greetings."
1 (1)
"Josh bought a parrot as a pet."
"Josh was so excited that he taught his parrot how to say its name!"
"The parrot could not say Josh's morning greeting."
"The parrot repeated Josh's morning greeting."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"Iris found out the babysitter was lazy."
"Iris found out the babysitter was helpful and responsible."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"Iris found out the babysitter was impeccable."
"Iris found out the babysitter was lazy."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"Iris found out the babysitter was lazy."
"Iris found out the babysitter worked hard."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"Iris' daughter fell ill."
"Iris' daughter fell great."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"Iris' daughter fell ill."
"Iris' daughter felt great."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"Iris' daughter loved the babysitter."
"Iris' daughter fell ill."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter called that day and was sick."
"Iris's and her boyfriend drove to Las Vegas for the weekend."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter arrived early and Iris went out."
"The babysitter cancelled at the last minute."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter called that day and was healthy."
"The babysitter called that day and was sick."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter called that day and was on her way."
"The babysitter called that day and was sick."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter showed up at the last minute."
"The babysitter cancelled at the last minute."
2 (2)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter cancelled at the last minute."
"The babysitter showed up at the last minute."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter was sick."
"The babysitter felt great."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter was sick."
"The babysitter was great."
1 (1)
"Iris hired a babysitter for her daughter."
"As a result Iris had to stay home."
"The babysitter was wonderful."
"The babysitter was sick."
2 (2)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey and his family drove to their vacation spot."
"Harvey and his family drove to the store."
1 (1)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey and his family drove to their vacation spot."
"Harvey and his family walked to their vacation spot."
1 (1)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"They couldn't get the car to start."
"Harvey and his family drove to their vacation spot."
2 (2)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey didn't think to check the sunscreen labels."
"Harvey didn't think to check the weather forecast."
2 (2)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey thought to check the weather forecast."
"Harvey didn't think to check the weather forecast."
2 (2)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey was sure to check the weather forecast."
"Harvey didn't think to check the weather forecast."
2 (2)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey never checked the weather before the trip."
"Harvey checked the weather carefully before the trip."
1 (1)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey checked the weather every day before the trip."
"Harvey never checked the weather before the trip."
2 (2)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"Harvey never checked the weather before the trip."
"Harvey didn't care what the weather would be like."
1 (1)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"His family decided to go to the beach."
"His family decided to go to dinner."
1 (1)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"His family decided to go to the beach."
"His family decided to go to space."
1 (1)
"Harvey and his family saved up money for a vacation."
"It rained so hard, the family had to go home."
"His family decided to go to the beach."
"His family decided to stay home."
1 (1)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"A vase knocked over Stephen while drunk."
"Stephen knocked over a vase while drunk."
2 (2)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen almost dropped his phone."
"Stephen dropped his phone."
2 (2)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen dropped his phone."
1 (1)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen fixed Jack's computer by accident while drinking."
"Stephen broke Jack's computer by accident while drinking."
2 (2)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen logged onto Jack's computer by accident while drinking."
"Stephen broke Jack's computer by accident while drinking."
2 (2)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen broke Jack's computer by accident while drinking."
"Stephen stepped on Jack's sweater by accident while doing laundry."
1 (1)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen dropped his phone."
"Stephen dropped his pillow."
1 (1)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen dropped his phone."
"Stephen expelled his guest."
1 (1)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen got drunk and danced in the nude all night."
"Stephen dropped his phone."
2 (2)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen knocked over a vase while drunk."
"Stephen knocked over a vase while drunk but caught it."
1 (1)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen knocked over himself while drunk."
"Stephen knocked over a vase while drunk."
2 (2)
"Stephen was at a party."
"He checked it but it was completely broken."
"Stephen dropped his phone."
"Stephen put away his phone."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha was accepted on America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha couldn't get on America's Next Top Model."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha decided to enter America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha decided to criticize America's Next Top Model."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha decided to enter America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha decided to enter the barn."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha decided to enter America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha was hesitant to enter America's Next Top Model."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha judged everyone for everything."
"Samantha was accepted on America's Next Top Model."
2 (2)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha kept up with her fitness and schoolwork."
"Samantha kept down with her fitness and schoolwork."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha kept up with current events."
"Samantha kept up with her fitness and schoolwork."
2 (2)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha kept up with her fitness and schoolwork."
"Samantha kept up with her gossip and makeup."
1 (1)
"Samantha was always the prettiest girl in school."
"Samantha ended up winning America's Next Top Model."
"Samantha was accepted on America's Got Talent."
"Samantha was accepted on America's Next Top Model."
2 (2)
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# Dataset Card for "art"

### Dataset Summary

ART consists of over 20k commonsense narrative contexts and 200k explanations.

The Abductive Natural Language Inference Dataset from AI2.

## Dataset Structure

### Data Instances

#### anli

• Size of the generated dataset: 32.77 MB
• Total amount of disk used: 37.65 MB

An example of 'train' looks as follows.

{
"hypothesis_2": "Chad's car had all sorts of benefits other than being sexy.",
"label": 1,
"observation_1": "Chad went to get the wheel alignment measured on his car.",
"observation_2": "The mechanic provided a working alignment with new body work."
}


### Data Fields

The data fields are the same among all splits.

#### anli

• observation_1: a string feature.
• observation_2: a string feature.
• hypothesis_1: a string feature.
• hypothesis_2: a string feature.
• label: a classification label, with possible values including 0 (0), 1 (1), 2 (2).

### Data Splits

name train validation
anli 169654 1532

## Considerations for Using the Data

### Citation Information

@inproceedings{Bhagavatula2020Abductive,
title={Abductive Commonsense Reasoning},
author={Chandra Bhagavatula and Ronan Le Bras and Chaitanya Malaviya and Keisuke Sakaguchi and Ari Holtzman and Hannah Rashkin and Doug Downey and Wen-tau Yih and Yejin Choi},
booktitle={International Conference on Learning Representations},
year={2020},
url={https://openreview.net/forum?id=Byg1v1HKDB}
}


### Contributions

Thanks to @patrickvonplaten, @thomwolf, @mariamabarham, @lewtun, @lhoestq for adding this dataset.