New Bayesian Statistics tutorials with Turing

@wc4wc4wc4 Thanks for this reference!!! Exactly what I was looking for! I loved seeing this description: Heavily inspired by brms (uses RStan or CmdStanR) and bambi (uses PyMC3)

Thanks again!

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@Storopoli @wc4wc4wc4 Could you take a look at the issue I posted at Very Slow sampling in TuringGLM compared to brms and bambi.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Hi @sree_datta, I am not affiliated with TuringGLM. Actually, I haven’t even tried it myself yet, just saw it some time ago and thought it looked cool, so unfortunately I cannot help you, sorry.

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Yes, I’ve just replied there. See if that puts you in the right direction.

If you are having problems coding you Turing model you can post in this discourse a new thread using the turing tag so that other people can also help.

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I have a new content that is an open-access creativecommons graduate course on Bayesian statistics.
There is Stan and Turing code for tons of models, along with 340+ slides.

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Thank you so much :heart_eyes:

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