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A package to run Stan's cmdstan executable from Julia.
For more info on Stan, please go to http://mc-stan.org.
The Julia package CmdStan.jl is based on Stan's command line interface, 'cmdstan'.
The 'cmdstan' interface needs to be installed separatedly. Please see cmdstan installation for further details.
The location of the cmdstan executable and related programs is now obtained from the environment variable JULIA_CMDSTAN_HOME. This used to be CMDSTAN_HOME.
versioninfo() will show its setting (if defined).
- Switch to GitHub actions.
- Thanks to @yiyuezhuo, a function
extracthas been added to simplify grouping variables into a NamedTuple.
- Stanmodel's output_format argument has been extended with an option to request conversion to a NamedTuple.
- Updated CSV.read to specify Dataframe argument
- Compatibility updates
- Cmdstan version updates.
- Fixed an issue related to naming of created files. Thanks to mkshirazi.
- Several bumps to deal with package versions.
- Re-enabling Coverage.
- Init files were not properly included in cmd. Thanks to ueliwechsler and andrstef.
- Removed dependency on Documenter.
Release 6.0.0 contains:
- Revert back to output an array by default.
- Switch to Requires.jl to delay/prevent loading of MCMCChains if not needed (thanks to suggestions by @Byrth and Stijn de Waele).
- Updates to documentation.
Release 6.0.0 is a breaking release.
To revert back to v5.x behavior a script needs to include
using MCMCChains (which thus must be installed) and specify
output_format=:mcmcchains in the call to
stanmodel(). This option is not tested on Travis. A sub-directory examples_mcmcchains has been added which demonstrate this usage pattern.
CmdStan.jl tested on cmdstan v2.21.0.
- STABLE — documentation of the most recently tagged version.
- DEVEL — documentation of the in-development version.
Questions and issues
Question and contributions are very welcome, as are feature requests and suggestions. Please open an issue if you encounter any problems or have a question.
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