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.




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  • How besag/bym and those models should be defined... The besag/bym model has been around for quite some time, and is extensively used.  When applied to disconnected graphs, the current practice has varied, as the original formulation by ...
    Posted 23 May 2018, 12:17 by Havard Rue
  • Upcoming INLA course in Zurich in October We are giving a course! Seehttp://www.zhrcourses.uzh.ch/en/programm/Bayesian-inference-using-R-INLA.html
    Posted 21 May 2018, 23:56 by Haakon Bakka
  • Point patterns help to predict landslides Very nice work by colleagues here at KAUST... See here for an ad with videoAnd here for the paperH 
    Posted 21 May 2018, 23:58 by Haakon Bakka
  • GEOMED2019 The GEOMED2019 announcement just came out and the meeting will take place in Glasgow end of August 2019. It is a pleasure to see that Martha & Michela is giving a ...
    Posted 17 May 2018, 06:48 by Havard Rue
  • Fitting geostatistical and spatial point process models to spatial survey data Course in Lisbon 7-11th May, see here for more information.H
    Posted 4 May 2018, 10:17 by Havard Rue
  • New tutorials on spatial models in INLA I has written several code tutorials on a separate website, see here or here. The web-page is very much a work in progress, but people find it very helpful ...
    Posted 11 Apr 2018, 00:44 by Havard Rue
  • Shiny application for the analysis of spatial and spatio-temporal count data: SSTCDapp This is cool; hiding the complex interface to R-INLA through an easy web interface....HFrom http://www.unavarra.es/spatial-statistics-group/shiny-app``SSTCDapp is an interactive ...
    Posted 25 Feb 2018, 04:43 by Andrea Riebler
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