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Dave
04/22/12 11:49am

Hi there

Please can anyone help me plot this high dimensional function (in the image) for given values of a, d, theta, sigma.

I just need the mathematica command to plot the posterior i.e. pi^d (theta) = ...


Full context available section 4.2 in http://arxiv.org/pdf/1110.1880v1.pdf

Thanks so much.

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