NIMBLE short course at March ENAR meeting in Nashville

January 4, 2020
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We’ll be holding a half-day short course on NIMBLE on March 22 at the ENAR meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.

The annual ENAR meeting is a major biostatistics conference, sponsored by the eastern North American region of the International Biometric Society.

The short course will focus on usage of NIMBLE in applied statistics and is  titled:

“Programming with hierarchical statistical models:
Using the BUGS-compatible NIMBLE system for MCMC and more”

More details on the conference and the short course are available at the conference website.

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