tar xvf gaussian.tarThis unpacks a load of files into a directory called gaussian. [If there are any complaints about the clock time use tar xvfm gaussian.tar]
xrdb -load Xdefaults.gnu
load 'DEMO'During this sequence, hit return when you are ready for the next picture. Occasionally hitting return takes you through a "buffer" of cautionary steps.
It's really easy to do Bayesian inference yourself. Read the file DEMO to see the key definitions of the functions that are plotted. It only takes a couple of lines to define the likelihood l(m,s).
The demonstration shows the likelihood of mu and sigma for a single data point first, building up a surface plot gradually; then it shows the likelihood of mu and sigma for five data points. To view the demonstration again it may be necessary to quit gnuplot and restart in order to get the correct defaults.