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MrFusion
Jun 9, 2008, 06:21 AM
Hello everyone,

I want to try out bayesian logic. Put in some data of my own, get some data out. I think I understand the principles behind the theory. Now I want to try to implement something. Maybe functions are somewhere available, that I could peak at? Of maybe there is some tutorial hiding on the net about implementing such a beast?

Thanks for all and any replies.



yeroen
Jun 9, 2008, 07:37 AM
My first guess would be something in the S language. Computer vision, adaptive filtering, AI, spam-filtering, these are all areas which make use of Bayesian probability. A quick google search reveals dozens of packages in every language that supports floating point arithmetic.