Finally, R-4.0

posted 9 Jul 2020, 06:23 by Havard Rue

The testing version of today, Version_20.07.09, is built on R-4.0.2. This also includes all alternative binary Linux builds, but they are less affected. 
 There is currently no stable version built with R-4.0, but the testing one can be used instead.  If there are any issues, please let us know. 


Mercurial -> git && bitbucket -> github

posted 4 Jul 2020, 07:35 by Havard Rue

We have migrated the repo from bitbucket and mercurial, to github and git. Parts of the build system was also revised, minor parts of the code, but we're still on the 3.6.3 series of R. Next, is to upgrade R to 4.0.
The build 20.07.04-3, is the first one on this new system. If there is anything missing or not working, please let us know.


Multivariate spatial models for lattice data with INLA

posted 7 May 2020, 00:58 by Virgilio Gomez-Rubio

A paper on fitting several multivariate spatial models for lattice data with INLA has been published in the arXiv by F. Palmí-Perales et al. The associated R package INLAMSM is available from GitHub and CRAN. Models have been implemented using the rgeneric framework and they include a multivariate intrinsic CAR mode, multivariate proper CAR model and the M-model.

Spatial models in marine science using INLA and inlabru: Copenhagen 4-8th May

posted 4 Mar 2020, 05:39 by Havard Rue

Spatial models in marine science using INLA and inlabru

4–8 May 2020
ICES HQ, Copenhagen, Denmark

Application deadline: 23 March 2020
....  for details, see HERE 

Course in London - UK

posted 26 Feb 2020, 06:46 by Elias Krainski

Modelling Infectious Disease Risk in a Changing Climate
course with some lectures using INLA. For more information go to:

Short course: R-INLA in geoscience

posted 4 Dec 2019, 04:10 by Havard Rue   [ updated 4 Dec 2019, 04:13 ]

INLA course in Montpellier

posted 17 Nov 2019, 12:54 by Elias Krainski   [ updated 17 Nov 2019, 12:54 ]

Elias is giving a INLA course at the CIRAD, in November 18-22, 2019.

"Bayesian inference with INLA" by Virgilio Gómez-Rubio

posted 11 Nov 2019, 23:39 by Havard Rue   [ updated 4 Dec 2019, 00:26 ]

Yet another book from Virgilio is soon here. While we're waiting for the printed one,  the current version is available as a github book; see the book section
May be quite useful for many.


Short-courses on spatial modeling using R-INLA

posted 4 Nov 2019, 10:01 by Paula Moraga

Paula Moraga from the University of Bath, UK, will deliver training on spatial modeling and visualization using R-INLA next year:

ENAR 2020 Spring Meeting
Nashville, USA
March 22-25, 2020

International Statistical Ecology Conference
Sydney, Australia
June 22-26, 2020

The course materials are based on the book "Geospatial Health Data: Modeling and Visualization with R-INLA and Shiny" by Paula Moraga (2019, Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series).

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