I really don't know what to make of your answer, i'm wondering whether your reply is analogical or just analogy. Analogical reasoning involves judging, categorizing, or developing an argument about something new on the basis of its similarity to something familiar. Reasoning by analogy is something people do often. If you oppose a government policy that led the country into war, you are reasoning analogically. If you tell your mum that nagging you about badger baiting is going to lead to the same kind of rebellion your sister showed in response to curfews, your argument rests in an analogy.
I wonder if the forum will like that one. Still, thanks for your reply i will sure try of what you have suggested. David