John Salvatier forwards a note from Anand Patil that a paper on PyMC has appeared in the Journal of Statistical Software, We’ll have to check this out.

## MCMC in Python

Posted by Andrew on 3 August 2010, 9:14 am

John Salvatier forwards a note from Anand Patil that a paper on PyMC has appeared in the Journal of Statistical Software, We’ll have to check this out.

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It's nice to see PyMC is catching on. I've been using it for GPR and it's great.

My partial port of ARM and BDA code to Python is now on Github, along with all necessary data files.

https://github.com/burakbayramli/gelman-arm-bda-p…