Great to hear this is almost ready to go.
@Daniel, now that we have confirmation that the package works under Windows, do you agree to add a link in the mc-stan site? I mean, I think it is a good way to inform others that this Mathematica wrapper exists.
Yes, absolutely. And we’ll email the users list and
put up a post on Andrew’s blog when the web site’s updated
and ready to go.
For web site, we’ll put a link here:
and then need a page similar to the one for MATLAB:
If you give me the information, I can write it, or you can
just make a pull request on our web site repo. Its wiki has
instructions on how to run all the Jekyll locally.
We’d then also like to add you to our team page if
that’s OK with you:
For that, we need a name and GitHub handle, and optionally:
- square photo that’ll look OK cropped round — the one you’re
using here would work just fine
- home page
- twitter handle
- linked in profile
And if you have some case study replications, we can also list them
here as we did with the RStanArm translation of my hierarchical modeling