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About the Course

The objective of this course is to introduce PyMC3 for Bayesian Modeling and Inference, The attendees will start off by learning the the basics of PyMC3 and learn how to perform scalable inference for a variety of problems. This will be the final course in a specialization of three courses .Python and Jupyter notebooks will be used throughout this course to illustrate and perform Bayesian modeling with PyMC3.. The course website is located at https://sjster.github.io/introduction_to_computational_statistics/docs/index.html. The course notebooks can be downloaded from this website by following the instructions on page https://sjster.github.io/introduction_to_computational_statistics/docs/getting_started.html. The instructor for this course will be Dr. Srijith Rajamohan....
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By Wang X

Jan 5, 2022

Can not reproduce the results from the codes, and no helps gotten either from the forums nor reply from instructors (through email).

By Flavio L

Jan 24, 2022

amazing, nice material, well explained

By Wojciech W

Jun 2, 2022

The course is taught in the most awful way - the teacher is reading notes that are displayed on the screen. But the materials provided, which are the notes themselves and tones of Python-Jupyter code are mostly great. I ended up reading the notes and scrolling through the (very short) videos, played at 1.5 speed. I've learned what I was hoping to learn.

By Gerald M

Sep 14, 2022

Great capstone providing useful practice and tools for applying the concepts.

By Jack R

May 7, 2022

Will teach you a lot about Bayesian statistics, but often times the code is not well suited for beginners. Especially the final project. They give the code to do it, but a standard logistic regression problem would have been better suited rater than a differential equations model with various classes.

By Rafael B R

Aug 10, 2021

Coding evaluations don't exist as promised, the more advanced content regarding MCMC diagnosis and applicate bayesian inference is just thrown away without good explanations