[SciPy-user] Bayes net question

Ed Rahn ed@lamedomain....
Thu Feb 7 11:35:25 CST 2008

The author of Openbayes does not mind integrating it into scipy, the
discussion can be found in the attached email.

>From this repo
I have converted it from numarray to numpy, the patch can be found at:

- Ed

On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 14:45:49 -0800
Karl Young <Karl.Young@ucsf.edu> wrote:

> I'm starting to play with Bayes nets in a way that will require a little 
> more than just using some of the black box packages around (e.g. I'd 
> like to play around with using various regression models at the nodes) 
> and would love to do my exploring in the context of SciPy but I didn't 
> see any such packages currently available. I did find a python package 
> called OpenBayes (http://www.openbayes.org/) that after a very cursory 
> examination looked pretty nice but apparently is no longer being 
> developed. Does anyone know if there has ever been any discussion with 
> the author of that package re. incorporating it into SciPy ?
> -- 
> Karl Young
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