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Knowledgebase Expansion

Find Powerful Pokémon

In addition to hundreds of entity types covering scientific, geographic, and other "serious" domains, Version 11 also includes built-in data on fun entities like Pokémon, with information on names, evolutionary paths, abilities, and attack and defense statistics.

Find the height of Pikachu.

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Entity["Pokemon", "Pokedex0025:Pikachu"][ EntityProperty["Pokemon", "Height"]]
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Get an association of data about Meowth.

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Entity["Pokemon", "Pokedex0052:Meowth"]["PropertyAssociation"]
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Find Pokémon that closely match a given height and weight.

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Manipulate[ Grid@Partition[ Normal@EntityValue[ Entity["Pokemon", {"Weight" -> Quantity[ Interval[{w - 5, w + 5}], "Kilograms"], "Height" -> Quantity[ Interval[{h - 5, h + 5}], "Centimeters"]}], "Image", "EntityAssociation"] /. r_Rule :> Tooltip[r[[2]], r[[1]]], UpTo[3]], {{w, 30, "weight (kg)"}, 10, 200, 1, Appearance -> "Open"}, {{h, 130, "height (cm)"}, 100, 200, 1, Appearance -> "Open"}, ContinuousAction -> False, SynchronousUpdating -> False, SynchronousInitialization -> False]
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From there, you can calculate battle damage for specific Pokémon.

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Style[Manipulate[DynamicModule[{damage}, damage = ((((2*level*(criticalHit /. {True -> 2, False -> 1})/5 + 2)*attack*power/defense)/50 + 2)*(MatchQ[ Intersection @@ EntityValue[{attPokemon, defPokemon}, "Type"], {}] /. {True -> 1, False -> 1.5})*typeModifier)* Interval[{85, 100}]/100; Column[{Row[{"base statistics:"}, BaseStyle -> Bold], Grid[{{Null, "attacker", "defender"}, {"image", attPokemon["Image"], defPokemon["Image"]}, {"name", attPokemon["Name"], defPokemon["Name"]}, {"HP", attPokemon["HitPoints"], defPokemon["HitPoints"]}, {"attack", attPokemon["Attack"], defPokemon["Attack"]}, {"defense", attPokemon["Attack"], defPokemon["Defense"]}, {"special attack", attPokemon["Attack"], defPokemon["SpecialAttack"]}, {"special defense", attPokemon["Attack"], defPokemon["SpecialDefense"]}}, Background -> {None, {Lighter[Yellow, .9], {White, Lighter[Gray, .8]}}}, Frame -> All, FrameStyle -> Directive[Gray, Thick], Spacings -> {1, 1}], Row[{Null}], Row[{"damage:"}, BaseStyle -> Bold], Grid[{{"min", "average", "max"}, {N[Min[#]], N[Mean @@ #], N[Max[#]]} &@damage}, Frame -> All, FrameStyle -> Directive[Gray, Thick], Spacings -> {1, 1}, Background -> {None, {Lighter[Yellow, .9], White}}] }, BaseStyle -> {FontFamily -> "Helvetica"}] ], {{level, 50, "level"}, 1, 100, ControlType -> InputField}, {{attPokemon, Entity["Pokemon", "Pokedex0025:Pikachu"], "attacking Pokemon"}, pm, ControlType -> PopupMenu}, {{attack, 35, "attack"}, 1, 1000, ControlType -> InputField}, {{power, 90, "power"}, 1, 300, ControlType -> InputField}, {{defPokemon, Entity["Pokemon", "Pokedex0052:Meowth"], "defensing Pokemon"}, pm, ControlType -> PopupMenu}, {{defense, 35, "defense"}, 1, 1000, ControlType -> InputField}, {{typeModifier, 1, "type modifier"}, {4, 2, 1, 0.5, 0.25, 0}, ControlType -> PopupMenu}, {{criticalHit, False, "critical hit"}, {True, False}, ControlType -> Setter}, ContinuousAction -> False, SynchronousUpdating -> False, ControlPlacement -> Bottom, SynchronousInitialization -> False, Initialization :> {pm = First /@ SortBy[Normal@ EntityValue[EntityClass["Pokemon", All], "Name", "EntityAssociation"], Last]}], DynamicEvaluationTimeout -> Infinity]
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You can then find the most powerful Pokémon based on total stat points.

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powerful = EntityList[ Entity["Pokemon", { "Generation" -> Entity["PokemonGeneration", "GenerationI"], "StatTotal" -> TakeLargest[10]}]]
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Find fire-type Pokémon with attack point greater than 50 and defense point less than 40.

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EntityValue[EntityList[ Entity["Pokemon", { "Type" -> "Fire", "Attack" -> GreaterThan[50], "Defense" -> LessThan[40]}]], "Image", "EntityAssociation"]
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Find pink Pokémon with weight greater than 250 lb.

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EntityValue[EntityList[ Entity["Pokemon", { "PokedexColor" -> Entity["PokemonPokedexColor", "Pink"], "Weight" -> GreaterThan[ Quantity[250, "Pounds"]]}]], "Image", "EntityAssociation"]
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