ero
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. Those seem to have gone away, I keep getting a 404 on the site. I would have assumed the forums under Bayesia.com to be there same, but I don't see my post here. 

I have a couple questions:

Should both ways of reaching the forums be the same?
Will  https://community.bayesialab.com come back? 
Is my question lost? I remember someone from Bayesia saying they'd look into it.
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Dan
Hi Ero,

Indeed, we had 2 versions of this forum running in // till yesterday while waiting for the migration to be fully completed. Now, this one is the only one running.

It seems the question you post in the old forum is indeed lost, but we have added the bug you described for the BIF format in our ToDo list. We will let you know when it's fixed.
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ero
Hi Dan,

Great, thanks! I'll stop hitting F5 on the old site then ;-)
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Mark
ero wrote:
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. Those seem to have gone away, I keep getting a 404 on the site. I would have assumed the forums under Bayesia.com to be there same, but I don't see my post here. 

Hi Ero,
I retried several "classic" BIF files and didn't reproduce your issue.
The order of the probabilities follows the enumeration of the parents, for examples :
Node N with 3 states (Values ni), Parents X with 2 states(xj), Y with 3 modalitites(yk) : the size of the table if 3*2*3 = 18 and the order of the probabilities will be :
n0x0y0, n0x0y1, n0x0y2, n0x1y0, n0x1y1, n0x1y2, n1x0y0, n1x0y1, n1x0y2, n1x1y0, n1x1y1, n1x1y2, n2x0y0, n2x0y1, n2x0y2, n2x1y0, n2x1y1, n2x1y2

Could you send me your BIF file to check it please?
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