Stan: A C++ Library for Probability and Sampling. Stan is a probabilistic programming language implementing full Bayesian statistical inference with MCMC sampling (NUTS, HMC) and penalized maximum likelihood estimation with Optimization (BFGS). Stan is coded in C++ and runs on all major platforms.
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