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Hello i am new to Bayesian networks. I have a dataset of medical results gotten from a laboratory. My dataset contains discrete and continues...

Started by Sinex in Same Structure, New Data Set

Hello, In the Function Node example the documentation uses the visitasia.xbl. The Risk Node created, according to the documentation here reads as ...

Started by cneskey in Documentation on the Library

Please note that we have updated the schedule of our upcoming webinars. Most importantly, this week's webinar on Black Swans Bayesian Networks ...

Started by stefanconrady in BayesiaLab Seminars & Webinars

Hi all, Although I know that I can use the slider to change the number of clusters illustrated following variable clustering, I'd really like to be...

Started by SteveW in Analysis

Hi everyone, I would like to create a dynamic bayesian network, I understood how to connect a node at different times (T and T+1). But I didn't...

Started by piruzi in Dynamic Bayesian Networks

How can we interpret the meaning of the total effects for a completely discrete variable (e.g. a categorical variable with no numerical values)? I...

Started by ezanutto in Target Analysis

Hello everyone, Does anyone know how to build a Dynamic Bayesian Network (DBN) Model? I understand the concept of DBN but I don't know how to create...

Started by mason800 in BayesiaLab

Hello all! I have a question regarding multi modal posterior distributions. How should one interpret multi modal posterior distributions? Is this...

Started by zackxconti in Miscellaneous

I am modeling a system for real world application and certain combinations of the parent nodes are not possible for given child nodes, but the...

Started by Spanc in Equation Node

The web simulator demo at http://websimulator.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/ provides a link to HomePricePredictor.xbl: This link is...

Started by Kurt in Simulator

I understand from a previous post to this forum that total effect contributions are calculated as derivatives. So, for example, on this page ...

Is there any "goodness of fit" statistics that I can use to decide which discretization is best for my model? That is, if I use one...

Started by ezanutto in Data Import

I tried to import a CSV file that contains 4 columns. All columns are numeric (continuous values) but BayesiaLab recognize only two of them as...

Started by mason800 in Data Import

I'm curious. In the contingency table fit, how does BayesiaLab calculate the entropy of a fully connected network. I'm assuming it does not compose...

Started by sgfrazie in Information Theory

Hello, Does anyone can precisely explain the difference between entropy and node force. Both entropy and node force are interpreted as importance of...

Started by mason800 in Information Theory

Occasionally when I run the Network Performance of the Target node I receive the message that "Posterior Probability Distribution of the Target...

Started by lhoffmeyer in Analysis

i am new to Bayesia software so apologies if this question has been answered and I did not find it. does Bayesia 7 implement the back door, front...

Started by jgoldsti in Causal Structure

Hi, I had posted a potential bug report of the handling of BIF files under Import and Export in the forums at http://community.bayesialab.com....

Started by ero in Miscellaneous

Q. Is it possible to integrate BayesiaLab with other applications..? A. Yes, the best way to integrate BayesiaLab in other applications is using...

Started by stefanconrady in Webinar on Feb. 9, 2018: Diagnostic Decision Support with Bayesian Networks

Q. Do you have examples of systems and/or equipment diagnosis, or other examples out of the healthcare domain? If not, is this something you might...

Q. I thought the Structural Coefficient was the weighting factor on Complexity? So 0.4 means a less complex model with respect to the data fit? A....

Q. Is the Acceptance Threshold the ROC cutpoint? A. Yes, you could use the ROC curve to identify the optimal cutpoint, which you would then use as...

Q. Q: Is there a way to include the amount of data used to make the estimate of probability? I feel like there should be more uncertainty associated...

Q. Q. Can BayesiaLab discover interactions and discover nonlinearities? A. Absolutely. While we haven't explored these types of relationships in...

Started by stefanconrady in Webinar on Feb. 16, 2018: Analyzing the General Social Survey

Q. Were the survey questions designed with the distinction between liberals and conservatives in mind? A. No, the survey questions were very generic...

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