My PhD research was about evidential reasoning in criminal trials. When a judge or jury thinks about evidence (DNA-match, fingerprints) they often take a holistic perspective: how well does the evidence fit in with the scenario of what may have happened? However, an expert witness reporting on the DNA-match or fingerprints is used to taking a statistical point of view. We proposed a method that would integrate the statistical point of view (in the form of Bayesian networks) with the holistic perspective from narrative (stories or scenarios). I defended my PhD-thesis on October 28th, 2016.