Here are some notes on RISO programs other than bnc, pn, and rq; over there are the notes for bnc, etc. The codebase for all these programs is http://civil.colorado.edu/~dodier/java/.
This program prints a list of values (x,p(x)) for a distribution specified either by a description file or by a reference to a variable in a running belief network. In the latter case, the distribution in question is the posterior of the variable. The range for x is determined automatically by calling the effective_support method of the distribution. The output can be copied into Matlab or some other plotting program.
This program takes these command line arguments. The program processes the arguments, prints a table of values to the standard output, then exits.
|-n npoints||Specify the number of points at which to evaluate p(x). Defaults to 50.|
|-f description-file||Specify the name of the file containing a description of p(x).|
|-b host/beliefnetwork||Specify the name of the belief network containing the variable for which we want the posterior distribution.|
|-v variable||Specify the name of the variable for which we want the posterior distribution.|
jre riso.render.TextRenderer -n 100 -f post.mix jre riso.render.TextRenderer -n 240 -b civil/heatcoil -v Tdblvg
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