Stan!

May 13, 2013
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Guy Freeman writes:

I thought you’d all like to know that Stan was used and referenced in a peer-reviewed Rapid Communications paper on influenza. Thank you for this excellent modelling language and sampler, which made it possible to carry out this work quickly!

I haven’t actually read the paper, but I’m happy to see Stan getting around like that.

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