During the weekly meeting, our marketing manager mentioned that we had run a group of advertisements in the print version of a lifestyle magazine, and also on the magazine's website. We do not have any stats available regarding the response to the print ads, but analytics show that the response to the website ads was much lower than typical website ads. She added that on the basis of these results, she believed that response to print ads was below average too. Which of the following statements is valid regarding the manager's rationale behind the conclusion?

A: She inferred a statistical generalization from claims about a large number of specific events. B: She relied on the knowledge about the typical frequency of events of a general kind to infer the probability of a particular kind of event. C: She inferred the probability of future events from recent comparable events. D: She based a prediction of the intensity of a phenomenon on the data about the intensity of the cause of that phenomenon. E: She used a case in which direct evidence is available to infer a conclusion about an analogous scenario for which direct evidence is not available.