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README.md

BAT.jl

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Welcome to BAT, the Bayesian analysis toolkit. This is a rewrite of the previous C++-BAT in Julia. BAT.jl provides several improvements over it's C++ predecessor, but has not reached feature parity yet in some areas.

BAT.jl currently includes:

  • Metropolis-Hastings MCMC sampling
  • Adaptive Harmonic Mean Integration (AHMI)
  • Plotting recipes for MCMC samples and statistics

Additional sampling algorithms and other features are in preparation.

Installation

To install BAT.jl, start Julia and run

julia> using Pkg
julia> pkg"add BAT"

Documentation

Citing BAT.jl

When using BAT.jl for work that will result in a scientific publication, please cite

Caldwell et al., BAT.jl - A Bayesian Analysis Toolkit in Julia, doi:10.5281/zenodo.2605312

The DOI above is version-independent, you may want to use the DOI of the specific BAT.jl version used in your work.

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