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.

Recent posts to the discussion group

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Recent announcements

Recent Announcements

  • INLA-course at IBS Channel Network Conference (April) 2015 Andrea Riebler will give a three-hour INLA course on the 20th of April at the IBS channel network conference in Njimegen. Registration is still open until April 13th.
    Posted 10 Apr 2015, 02:33 by Havard Rue
  • New features in R-INLA (April 2015) This post is to announce two new features in R-INLAModel comparison using the WAIC criterion is recommended (by Gelman, Hwang and Vehtari) over the DIC criterion. This criterion ...
    Posted 4 Apr 2015, 01:02 by Havard Rue
  • Using INLA to fit complex spatial models to ecological data: Lisbon, 1st April 2015 New courseUsing INLA to fit complex spatial models to ecological data Instructor: Charlotte Todd-Jones Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling University of St Andrewswill take ...
    Posted 26 Mar 2015, 02:31 by Havard Rue
  • INLA courses in Brazil Two INLA courses in Brazil:  23-26 February 2015 in Curitiba at LEG  03-05 March 2015 in Rio de Janeiro at PROCC/FIOCRUZ, to attend this one you have ...
    Posted 4 Feb 2015, 02:53 by Elias Krainski
  • Tutorial at Texas A&M: Jan 29th 2015 As a part of the the spatial statistics workshop at Texas A&M, I'll give an INLA-tutorial at Texas A&M, Jan 29th.
    Posted 26 Jan 2015, 02:45 by Havard Rue
  • Open PhD-grants There are open PhD-grants, see attachement. If you're interested, please contact us at
    Posted 23 Jan 2015, 03:03 by Andrea Riebler
  • Two day course in Johannesburg, South Africa, 17-18 Nov 2014 Sub-Saharan Conference on Spatial StatisticsTHEME: Promoting excellence and evidence-based practice in spatial and spatiotemporal epidemiology and statistics within sub-Saharan African DATE: November 17-21, 2014 VENUE ...
    Posted 29 Oct 2014, 11:36 by Havard Rue
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