Bayesian Cognitive Modeling: A Practical Course by Lee M.D., Wagenmakers E.-J.

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Many error messages seem to have been written by the same people who did the Dead Sea Scrolls. 2 Do I need or want to understand computational sampling? Some people find the idea that WinBUGS looks after sampling, and that there is no need to understand the computational routines involved in detail, to be a relief. Others find it deeply disturbing. For the disturbed, there are many Bayesian texts that give detailed accounts of Bayesian inference using computational sampling. Start with the summary for cognitive scientists presented in Chapter 7 from Kruschke (2010a).

2. ” To load the starting value for the second chain, highlight the second “list” command and click on load inits once again. If all starting values are successfully loaded, the message “model is initialized” will appear in the status bar. 9. Set monitors to store the sampled values of the parameters of interest. To set a monitor for θ, select the Samples option from the Inference menu. 3, is opened, type “theta” in the field labeled node and click on set. 10. Specify the number of samples you want to record.

Ntzoufras, I. (2009). Bayesian Modeling using WinBUGS. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley. Provides an accessible introduction to WinBUGS. The book also presents a variety of Bayesian modeling examples, with an emphasis on Generalized Linear Models. com for a detailed review. , & Lunn, D. (2003). 4. Cambridge, UK: MRC Biostatistic Unit. Provides an introduction to WinBUGS, including a useful tutorial and various tips and tricks for new users. The user manual has effectively been superseded by The BUGS Book mentioned above.

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