I’ll be giving a few public courses in the next few months that might be of interest to the Stan community.
On Friday, April 13 Sean Talts and I will be teaching a one-day introduction to Stan at the New England Statistics Symposium in Amherst, Massachusetts, https://symposium.nestat.org. The focus will be on establishing a robust workflow. I’ll also be staying for the talks on Saturday, April 14 in case anyone will be around.
On Monday, June 18 through Wednesday, June 20 I’ll also be teaching a more in-depth three-day Stan course in London, https://www.jumpingrivers.com/courses/26_bayesian-inference-stan-time-series. This course will cover foundations through some of the state-of-the-art techniques that we’ve been developing in our research.
If you’re interested in hiring me to give a course for your organization or help co-host a public course then please don’t hesitate to reach out, https://betanalpha.github.io/consulting/.