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       pebl - Python Environment for Bayesian Learning


       pebl <action> [<action parameters>]


       Pebl  is  a  Python  library  and command line application for learning the structure of a
       Bayesian network given prior knowledge and observations.

       Pebl includes the following features:
         . Can learn with observational and interventional data
         . Handles missing values and hidden variables using exact and heuristic methods
         . Provides several learning algorithms; makes creating new ones simple
         . Has facilities for transparent parallel execution using several cluster/grid resources
         . Calculates edge marginals and consensus networks
         . Presents results in a variety of formats


       run <configfile>
           Runs pebl based on params in config file.

       runtask <picklefile>
           Unpickles the file and calls run() on it.
           <picklefile> should be a a pickled learner or task.

       viewhtml <resultfile> <outputdir>
           Creates a html report of the results.
           <resultfile> should be a pickled pebl.result.
           <outputdir> is where the html files will be placed.
           It will be created if it does not exist.


       Pebl was written by Abhik Shah <>

       This manual page was written by Miriam Ruiz <>, for  the  Debian  project
       (but may be used by others).