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BUGS is a software package for performing Bayesian inference Using
Gibbs Sampling. The user specifies a statistical model, of (almost)
arbitrary complexity, by simply stating the relationships between
related variables. The software includes an ‘expert system’, which
determines an appropriate MCMC (Markov chain Monte Carlo) scheme
(based on the Gibbs sampler) for analysing the specified model. The
user then controls the execution of the scheme and is free to choose
from a wide range of output types.
WinBUGS is part of the BUGS project, which aims to make practical
MCMC methods available to applied statisticians.
WinBUGS can use either a standard `point-and-click' windows
interface for controlling the analysis, or can construct the model
using a graphical interface called DoodleBUGS. WinBUGS is a
stand-alone program, although it can be called from other software.
For a version that BUGS (BRugs) that sits within the R statistical
package, see the OpenBUGS site.
There are two main versions of BUGS, namely WinBUGS and OpenBUGS.
OpenBUGS, represents the future of the BUGS project. WinBUGS, on the
other hand, is an established and stable, stand-alone version of the
software, which will remain available but not further developed.
For R, Sibylle Sturtz and Uwe Ligges have provided R2WinBUGS as an
R-library on the Cran site. This is a packaged up version of
Andrew Gelman's bugs.R()R function, which writes a data file, input
file, and a script, runs the script in WinBugs, and returns the output
simulations to R. It runs multiple chains and performs convergence
checks. Recent updates make the software compatible with the new
You can also run OpenBUGS directly from R using the BRugs function.
Lapas adrese: priede.bf.lu.lv/ftp/pub/TIS/datu_analiize/BUGS