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Plotting Gaussians, Including Univariate, Multivariate and Linear Models

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While working on Bayesian Networks in a continuous space, I'm plotting lots of Gaussian distributions representing prior, likelihood and posterior functions. At first glance, it appeared quite simple to draw those functions, but in the end, it took me good amount of time to figure out how to do it and what tools should I use for this task. I documented it here:

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