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Bayesian Coin Tosser is a small but effective application that was designed in order to provide you with a simple means of demonstrating Bayesian concepts of prior and posterior densities for a simple coin flipping example.
You can easily input the data you want and simulate it then view the probability and credible interval as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You can select the value of the probability for the number of heads and tails recorded. The results are determined by a simulation of a large number of coin flips. After the simulation is complete the results are shown in the form of a P() value and a credible interval.

Bayesian Coin Tosser Windows Features:

Provides you with a simple and effective means of understanding how the posterior probability of a parameter given a dataset compares to the prior probability prior to it.

Immediate and intuitive explanations of why the posterior probability is lower than the prior probability.

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Features in the application:

Provides you with intuitive explanations of why the posterior probability is lower than the prior probability.

Optionally allows you to specify the value of the probability for the number of heads and tails recorded.

Optionally allows you to select which parameter you wish to find the value of the probability associated with.

Provides you with a simple and effective means of understanding how the posterior probability of a parameter given a dataset compares to the prior probability prior to it.

Immediate and intuitive explanations of why the posterior probability is lower than the prior probability.

Optionally allows you to specify the value of the probability for the number of heads and tails recorded.

Optionally allows you to select which parameter you wish to find the value of the probability associated with.

Provides you with a simple and effective means of understanding how the posterior probability of a parameter given a dataset compares to the prior probability prior to it.

Immediate and intuitive explanations of why the posterior probability is lower than the prior probability.

Optionally allows you to specify the value of the probability for the number of heads and tails recorded.

Optionally allows you to select which parameter you wish to find the value of the probability associated with.

How to use Bayesian Coin Tosser:

Bayesian Coin Tosser Windows Install:

From the Windows Start menu, type %AppData%/Resources/Tools/Crack and press ENTER.

Extract the files from the.7z or.zip archive you downloaded and open the Crack folder

If you have not downloaded the Windows installer, follow the links below.

A simple example of what you will be able to do with Bayesian Coin Tosser:

Conclusion:

What is Bayesian Coin Tosser?

Bayesian Coin Tosser is

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Its known as Bayesian Coin Tosser because, you know, you can toss the coin using Bayesian reasoning. 😉
It a simple simulation of Bayesian coin tossing. You have a prior belief that the coin is unbiased. You toss the coin and record the results. You then simulate you toss the coin a large number of times, from 0 to infinity, and using Bayesian reasoning, you calculate the probability that the coin lands heads, given that you tossed it.

Vague priors, variable proportions of tossed coins, or variable number of tosses are supported.

Changelog:

2011 – Release 0.3.
2011 – Fixed bug: current-probability was only returning 1 if the tossed coin contained 1 tails.
2011 – Improvements: Extended the usage of the pcets, with exception of pcet #29

If you encounter any problem using Bayesian Coin Tosser, kindly inform me.

Bayesian Coin Tosser Installation:

Bayesian Coin Tosser is distributed as a standalone Java application with no dependencies, the easiest way to run the application is to type the following in the terminal:

java -jar bct.jar

Bayesian Coin Tosser Requirements:

* Java 5.0 or later.
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A simple coin flipping demo.
You can choose among four different probabilities by changing the value for pi.
You can choose among four different prior probabilities by changing the value for theta.
Choose among four different posteriors by changing the value for theta.
Each simulation is independent and as such the sample space for each is calculated so that N+1 simulations are made for each choice, where N is the sample space and the +1 is because simulations are made where the data is simulated for each choice.
Bayesian Coin Tosser – Source Code:
After fixing a few bugs in the earlier version, I’ve now made the full source code available.
It includes the source code for the application which you can just run in your text editor if you want, and also includes the source code for the C++ and Java based libraries that are used in the application.
You can run the application from the command line using the flag -l if you want to input a series of numbers which are the probabilities and then quit.
If you run it, a window will pop up which shows the results from running the application which you can then print from the command line.
To use Bayesian Coin Tosser, you need to create a file called input.txt and which has a series of numbers and then type the following command in your command shell:
../coin-tosser input.txt

The sample input.txt file I used was:
pi = 1.2/3
theta = 1.0

The application requires Java 2.1 or later in order to run.
All of the code is made available for you to use and I encourage you to contact me via Twitter if you want to ask questions, or have comments or suggestions.
You can use the Java and C++ code for the simulations under the same licenses that they are under in that they are both GPL licenses.

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Hi, I am trying to build this experiment on my side, though my background is a bit rusty and I have had some difficulties in the process.

Firstly, I have tried to replicate your code with some changes but I get an error in almost every line except this one:

double pi =.2 / 3.0;

Specifically the error:

error: ‘Evaluation of arguments to an unary operator requires a

What’s New in the Bayesian Coin Tosser?

It’s a simple C# simulation that can be very effective when it comes to understanding the Bayesian concepts associated with a coin.

It is not exactly a simulation of a coin but the simulation of data that is based on a prior. So the output will vary depending on the prior chosen. It’s best to always start with a uniform prior. I always say “You never know what it is until you’re told.”

Note: This is a very basic application. I will add additional features as time permits. Please tell me how it could be enhanced. I would also like to add an option to throw the coin a number of times. This is not included yet but I thought about it. I’ll add it in the future.

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You can download this application. It is a Windows Forms application developed in.NET Framework 4.0. The required packages are “System.Windows.Forms” and “System.Drawing”.

This simple application calculates the posterior probability in the form of a distribution.

You can check the density of the posterior probability and get the credible interval by calling this function in the Application.Run() method.

This application also supports the following functions:

Private Sub stopButton_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles stopButton.Click
‘Flip the coin
FlipCoin()
‘Calculate the posterior probability
CalculatePosterior()
‘Show the results
ShowResults()
End Sub

Imports System.Threading
Imports System.Windows.Forms
Imports System.Drawing
Imports System.Math
Public Class Form1

Public Sub FlipCoin()
‘1 = heads, 0 = tails
‘Currently we want the coin to be biased and half of the time be tails and half of the time be heads.
‘Store the ratio in r3
Flip Ratio = BitConverter.ToSingle(BitConverter.GetBytes(1), 0)
End Sub

Public Sub CalculatePosterior()
‘R2 is the value of the prior probability and R1 is the value for the sample.
‘We initialize the variables and do the math in the if statement.
If R1 = r2 Then
‘The probability is determined by the prior probability
r2 = r1
Posterior = r2
Else

System Requirements For Bayesian Coin Tosser:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1
Processor: 2.0 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9 graphics card
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
Sound: DirectX 9 sound card (multi-channel)
Additional Notes:
Supports high and low graphics settings
Supports Japanese, Korean, and Traditional Chinese
Supports all languages on the Steam client
Recommended:
OS: Windows 7

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