Does Gradle --scan option make --stacktrace redundant?

Does Gradle --scan option include --stacktrace as well and is --stacktrace redundant when --scan is included?

Debugging options
-?, -h, --help
Shows a help message with all available CLI options.
-v, --version
Prints Gradle, Groovy, Ant, JVM, and operating system version information.
-S, --full-stacktrace
Print out the full (very verbose) stacktrace for any exceptions. See also logging options.
-s, --stacktrace
Print out the stacktrace also for user exceptions (e.g. compile error). See also logging options.
Create a build scan with fine-grained information about all aspects of your Gradle build.

Turns out it does include, scan includes everything and makes --stacktrace redundant.