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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  19. Congdon, Peter: Quantile regression for overdispersed count data: a hierarchical method (2017)
  20. Culpepper, Ryan; Cobb, Andrew: Contextual equivalence for probabilistic programs with continuous random variables and scoring (2017)

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