[SciPy-dev] BayesNet SciKit

Matthieu Brucher matthieu.brucher@gmail....
Tue Jun 24 11:44:37 CDT 2008


Hi,

The fact that the functionalities are not higher than OpenBayes is not
relevant (for me) to the fact that the repository is not public.
You could make the repository available and still go on implementing
the basic functionalities. This would help you with additional test
results ;) See also this blog ticket:
http://blog.red-bean.com/sussman/?p=96

But thanks for the mail indicating you're working on it ;)

Matthieu

2008/6/24 Gouws, Almero <14366037@sun.ac.za> <14366037@sun.ac.za>:
>
> Hi,
>
> I am a masters student currently working on a port of Kevin P. Murphy's
> Matlab toolbox, FullBNT, to Python. The code is not yet available in a
> public repository, because I would like it to match or surpass
> the functionality of the openbayes toolbox before making it available.
>
> Here's a list of what is currently working:
>
> -Static Bayesian Networks:
>  -Nodes:
>  - Mutinomial nodes:
>   - (Sequential) Bayesian parameter updating from complete data.
>   - Maximum liklihood parameter estimation from complete data.
>   - Maximum likelihood parameter estimation with missing values (EM)
>   - Greedy K2 structure learning.
>
>  - Gaussian nodes:
>   - Maximum liklihood parameter estimation from complete data.
>
>  - Inference Engines:
>  - Junction tree inference engine
>    - Works for Multinomial and Guassian nodes.
>
> Thanks
> Almero Gouws
>
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