registrations are now open for the 2nd edition of the online course "Computational Bayesian methods using brms in R"
When: June, 14-18
This course provides a relatively accessible and technically non-demanding introduction to the basic workflow for fitting different kinds of linear models using a powerful front-end R package for Stan called brms.
We assume familiarity with R. Participants will benefit most if they have previously fit linear models and linear mixed models (using lme4) in R, in any scientific domain. No knowledge of calculus or linear algebra is assumed, but basic school level mathematics knowledge is assumed (this will be quickly revisited in class).
After completing this course, the participants will
have become familiar with the foundations of Bayesian inference
be able to fit a range of multiple regression models and hierarchical models for normally distributed data, for log-normal, and binomially distributed data.
be able to communicate the results of a Bayesian analysis
know how to select priors for their models using prior predictive checks
know how to assess the descriptive accuracy of a model using posterior predictive checks.
Course website: https://www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/course46/
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