Re: [R] Bayesian Analysis using the BUGS Language

From: Tobias Verbeke <tobias.verbeke_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 07:43:18 +0200

DrakeGis wrote:

> WinBugs doesn't run in LINUX. Neither OpenBugs.

There is a long thread ending on

http://tolstoy.newcastle.edu.au/R/e2/devel/07/08/4121.html

which documents how many people helped me get OpenBUGS running under Linux (embedded in an R package, of course).

HTH,
Tobias

>

>> DrakeGis wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>  I observed that the 'link' between R and BUGS (winBugs/linBugs) has
>>> totally disappeared. I'm wondering what package can be use to run
>>> bayesian models specified using the BUGS language in R (specifically
>>> under Linux). Is there any other option besides JAGS ?
>>>  Thanks
>>
>> Ther are several package, if you want to use WinBUGS (not recommended),
>> there is the CRAN package R2WinBUGS, and if you want to use OpenBUGS
>> (the "new" version of WinBUGS), use BRugs, which is available from the
>> "CRAN extras" repository hosted by Brian Ripley (which is a default
>> repository for R for Windows, hence install.packages("BRugs") should
>> work).
>>
>> Best wishes,
>> Uwe Ligges
>>
>>
>>
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