I’ve just made some Bayesian Statistics tutorials using Julia and Turing. The content is fully opensourced in GitHub and has a very permissive Creative Commons License (which means you can copy and alter the crap out it…).

My hope is to have more people into Bayesian statistics. The content is aimed towards social scientists and PhD candidates in social sciences. I chose to provide an intuitive approach rather than focusing on rigorous mathematical formulations. I’ve made it to be how I would have liked to be introduced to Bayesian statistics.

Check it out in: Bayesian Statistics using Julia and Turing or in GitHub - storopoli/Bayesian-Julia: Bayesian Statistics using Julia and Turing