[R] R vs. Bugs

From: Peter Muhlberg <peter.muhlberger_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2008 01:30:07 -0500

A naive question from a non-statistician: I'm looking into running a Bayesian analysis of a model with high dimensionality. It's not a standard model (the likelihood requires a lot of code to implement), and I'm using a Linux machine. Was wondering if someone has any thoughts on what the advantages of OpenBugs are as opposed to just R (or should I be thinking WinBUGS under Wine?)? The AMCMC package in R promises to run MCMC's very rapidly. Have read that OpenBugs as a project was 'stalling' in 2007.


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