Bayesian computing with INLA !


This site provides documentation to the R-INLA package which solves a large class of statistical models using the INLA approach.

Here is a short introduction describing the class of models which can be solved using R-INLA.
All models implemented in R-INLA are described in details, moreover a  large series of worked out examples are provided and we hope that this will help the user to gain familiarity with the library. Recent changes in the code can be viewed here.




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Recent announcements

Recent Announcements

  • New Shiny-app for creating and learning about meshes! Finn.L added a new Shiny-app for creating and learning about meshes in the most recent testing-version: Version_18.02.13see ?meshbuilderH
    Posted 13 Feb 2018, 01:37 by Havard Rue
  • National Center for Health Statistics & U.S Country teen birth rate I was informed by Dr. Diba Khan  that I am happy to inform you that the county teen birth rates data visualization gallery has gone live with the estimates obtained ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2018, 09:54 by Havard Rue
  • Another `gentle' blog-post... Another ``gentle'' blog-post worth reading, this time from Martin Modrak.PS: We encourage strongly to compare posteriors (or statistics) of log(precision)'s instead of doing the comparison on ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2018, 02:35 by Havard Rue
  • METIS library version 5 The testing version from 26th Jan 2018 is finally linked with the METIS library version 5. Those who compile the binaries manually, need to replace METIS version 4 with version ...
    Posted 26 Jan 2018, 07:15 by Havard Rue
  • New book: "Bayesian Regression Modeling with INLA" Congratulations to Xiaofeng Wang, Yu Yue Ryan and Julian J Faraway,  for their new book "Bayesian RegressionModelling with INLA", which is announced on Amazon and ready for preorder (at ...
    Posted 4 Jan 2018, 08:39 by Havard Rue
  • "A gentle INLA tutorial".... Kathryn Morrison has written a gentle INLA tutorial worth reading, here is the link.H
    Posted 29 Dec 2017, 07:32 by Havard Rue
  • Introduction to R-INLA for Bayesian Spatial Modeling, Rome 13-15Dec Sapienza University, Rome, 13-15 Dec, by Haakon Bakka.  See here for the official announcement.
    Posted 10 Dec 2017, 02:56 by Havard Rue
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