Installers for the Current Version of BayES™
BayES runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft® Windows® systems (Windows 7, 8, and 10), on 32-bit and 64-bit Linux systems and on 64-bit macOS systems:
BayES for Microsoft® Windows® is distributed as an executable file. Once downloaded, execution of the file (by double-clicking on it or through the command shell) will start the installation wizard. This wizard provides detailed instructions for completing the installation and allows setting various options.
For Linux systems BayES is distributed as a self-extracting binary file. After downloading and
making this binary file executable (either through file permissions or using the
"chmod" command), the installer can
be initiated by navigating to the directory where the binary file is located and issuing the command:
"XX" should be replaced by either 32
or 64, depending on which binary file was downloaded. For example, if the 64-bit binary was
downloaded to the user's "Downloads" folder, executing the commands:
For macOS BayES is distributed as a self-extracting binary file. The installer can be initiated by
opening a terminal window, navigating to the directory where the binary file is located (using the
"cd" command) and issuing the command:
"sh ./BayES_macOS64.bsx". For example, if
the binary was downloaded to the user's "Downloads" folder, executing the commands:
Step-by-step instructions for installing BayES on Microsoft® Windows®, Linux or macOS systems are provided in Appendix A of the documentation. The user must accept the license agreement for the installation to complete.
Consider also reading the release notes for the current version.
If you download and use BayES, please consider providing feedback. Positive feedback is always welcome and
constructive criticism much appreciated.
You can provide feedback by taking a short survey, by email or by commenting on the project's page on ResearchGate.
Installers for Previous Versions of BayES™
BayES has a very short development cycle: new versions are uploaded frequently with the objective of fixing bugs and extending the program as fast as possible. However, making frequent changes may introduce new bugs or break other parts of the program. Previous releases are available in the following table, with the intent of allowing the user to run the procedures that worked in previous versions, but fail in the current release.
|Operating System / Architecture||Version||Installation File||Release Date|
|Microsoft Windows / 64bit||2.4||BayES_Win64_v2.4.exe||December 2019|
|Microsoft Windows / 32bit||2.4||BayES_Win32_v2.4.exe||December 2019|
|Linux / 64bit||2.4||BayES_Linux64_v2.4.bsx||December 2019|
|Linux / 32bit||2.4||BayES_Linux32_v2.4.bsx||December 2019|
|macOS / 64bit||2.4||BayES_macOS64_v2.4.bsx||December 2019|
|Microsoft Windows / 64bit||2.3||BayES_Win64_v2.3.exe||February 2019|
|Microsoft Windows / 32bit||2.3||BayES_Win32_v2.3.exe||February 2019|
|Linux / 64bit||2.3||BayES_Linux64_v2.3.bsx||February 2019|
|Linux / 32bit||2.3||BayES_Linux32_v2.3.bsx||February 2019|
|macOS / 64bit||2.3||BayES_macOS64_v2.3.bsx||February 2019|
|Microsoft Windows / 64bit||2.2||BayES_Win64_v2.2.exe||October 2018|
|Microsoft Windows / 32bit||2.2||BayES_Win32_v2.2.exe||October 2018|
|Linux / 64bit||2.2||BayES_Linux64_v2.2.bsx||October 2018|
|Linux / 32bit||2.2||BayES_Linux32_v2.2.bsx||October 2018|
|macOS / 64bit||2.2||BayES_macOS64_v2.2.bsx||October 2018|
|Microsoft Windows / 64bit||2.1||BayES_Win64_v2.1.exe||July 2018|
|Microsoft Windows / 32bit||2.1||BayES_Win32_v2.1.exe||July 2018|
|Linux / 64bit||2.1||BayES_Linux64_v2.1.bsx||July 2018|
|Linux / 32bit||2.1||BayES_Linux32_v2.1.bsx||July 2018|
|macOS / 64bit||2.1||BayES_macOS64_v2.1.bsx||July 2018|
|Microsoft Windows / 64bit||2.0||BayES_Win64_v2.0.exe||June 2018|
|Microsoft Windows / 32bit||2.0||BayES_Win32_v2.0.exe||June 2018|
|Linux / 64bit||2.0||BayES_Linux64_v2.0.bsx||June 2018|
|Linux / 32bit||2.0||BayES_Linux32_v2.0.bsx||June 2018|
|macOS / 64bit||2.0||BayES_macOS64_v2.0.bsx||June 2018|