Here is a simple generative DAG where a Jacobian adjustment is required to get the `logpdf`

of the posterior distribution for y.

I can code this function to work with the DynamicHMC.jl suite of packages if I manually add the Jacobian adjustment - which is great. I cannot, however, figure out how to use TransformVariables.jl (or different package) so that I avoid the analytic calculation of the Jacobian function. I am pretty sure the computer will calculate the adjustment for me, I just can’t figure out which function (e.g. `TransformVariables.CustomTransform`

or `transform_logdensity`

???) or how to use the function? I’ve tried many combos and can really use some help. Thanks!

Here is the working code where I want to replace the analytic Jacobian adjustment with one performed computationally:

```
using Distributions, TransformVariables, LogDensityProblems, DynamicHMC, DynamicHMC.Diagnostics, Parameters, Statistics, Random
## create problem type where winnings (w) is observed
struct spinProblem{T <: AbstractVector}
w::T # winnings of previous players
end
## make function factory for this problem type
function (problem::spinProblem)(θ)
@unpack y = θ # extract the parameter
@unpack w = problem # extract the data
# log likelihood accumulated in llSpinProb
# prior on y
llSpinProb = logpdf(Uniform(0,10),y)
# likelihood
for i in 1:length(w)
## let x_i = w_i/y be uniform(0,1)
x_i = w[i] / y
llSpinProb += logpdf(Uniform(0,1),x_i) #data
llSpinProb += log(1/y) # Jacobian Adjustment - HOW TO REPLACE THIS WITH NUMERICAL APPROX
end
return(llSpinProb)
end
p2 = spinProblem([3.2,7.6,4.1,1.1,2.4]) ## fake data
p2((y = 7.5,)) # infeasible
p2((y = 8,)) # feasible
p2((y = 9.5,)) # feasible (less likely)
```