WinBUGS

WinBUGS is part of the BUGS project, which aims to make practical MCMC methods available to applied statisticians. WinBUGS can use either a standard ’point-and-click’ windows interface for controlling the analysis, or can construct the model using a graphical interface called DoodleBUGS. WinBUGS is a stand-alone program, although it can be called from other software.


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  1. Broemeling, Lyle D.: Bayesian methods for repeated measures (2016)
  2. Chan, Jennifer S.K.: Bayesian informative dropout model for longitudinal binary data with random effects using conditional and joint modeling approaches (2016)
  3. Chen, Yutian; Bornn, Luke; de Freitas, Nando; Eskelin, Mareija; Fang, Jing; Welling, Max: Herded Gibbs sampling (2016)
  4. Dagne, Getachew A.: Bayesian segmental growth mixture Tobit models with skew distributions (2016)
  5. Gåsemyr, Jørund; Natvig, Bent; Tvete, Ingunn Fride: Estimating response ratios from continuous outcome data (2016)
  6. Levy, Roy; Mislevy, Robert J.: Bayesian psychometric modeling (2016)
  7. Liang, Yulan; Kelemen, Arpad: Bayesian state space models for dynamic genetic network construction across multiple tissues (2016)
  8. Shaddick, Gavin; Zidek, James V.: Spatio-temporal methods in environmental epidemiology (2016)
  9. Verhagen, Josine; Levy, Roy; Millsap, Roger E.; Fox, Jean-Paul: Evaluating evidence for invariant items: a Bayes factor applied to testing measurement invariance in IRT models (2016)
  10. Banerjee, Sudipto; Carlin, Bradley P.; Gelfand, Alan E.: Hierarchical modeling and analysis for spatial data (2015)
  11. Ferreira, Guillermo; Figueroa-Zúñiga, Jorge I.; de Castro, Mário: Partially linear beta regression model with autoregressive errors (2015)
  12. Gill, Jeff: Bayesian methods. A social and behavioral sciences approach (2015)
  13. Hsu, C.Y.; Yen, A.M.F.; Chen, L.S.; Chen, H.H.: Analysis of household data on influenza epidemic with Bayesian hierarchical model (2015)
  14. Jones, Byron; Kenward, Michael G.: Design and analysis of cross-over trials (2015)
  15. Lu, Yi; Bolt, Daniel M.: Examining the attitude-achievement paradox in PISA using a multilevel multidimensional IRT model for extreme response style (2015)
  16. Matzke, Dora; Dolan, Conor V.; Batchelder, William H.; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan: Bayesian estimation of multinomial processing tree models with heterogeneity in participants and items (2015)
  17. McCrea, Rachel S.; Morgan, Byron J. T.: Analysis of capture-recapture data (2015)
  18. Mostafa, Ayman A.: Bayesian analysis technique for generalized Cox’s proportional hazards model using BUGS: applications in medical data (2015)
  19. Oravecz, Zita; Anders, Royce; Batchelder, William H.: Hierarchical Bayesian modeling for test theory without an answer key (2015)
  20. Plummer, Martyn: Cuts in Bayesian graphical models (2015)

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