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MatDRAM is a pure-MATLAB Monte Carlo simulation and visualization library for serial Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulations. MatDRAM contains a comprehensive implementation of the Delayed-Rejection Adaptive Metropolis-Hastings Markov Chain Monte Carlo (DRAM) sampler in the MATLAB environment.
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MatDRAM is part of the ParaMonte library. ParaMonte is a serial/parallel library of Monte Carlo simulation routines for stochastic optimization, sampling, and integration of mathematical objective functions of arbitrary-dimensions, in particular, the posterior probability distributions of Bayesian regression models in data science, Machine Learning, and scientific inference, with the design goal of unifying the automation (of Monte Carlo simulations), user-friendliness (of the library), accessibility (from multiple programming environments), high-performance (at runtime), and scalability (across many parallel processors).
The ParaMonte library has been designed to be blazing-fast while maintaining a high level of flexibility and user-friendliness.
The ParaMonte library is currently readily accessible from Python, MATLAB, Fortran, C++/C programming languages. For more information on the installation, usage, and examples, visit:
MATLAB Release Compatibility:
This software has been only tested with MATLAB R2019a and above. However, it should be compatible with MATLAB >=R2016b. If you find incompatibilities with any of the MATLAB releases newer than R2016a, please let us know by opening an issue on the GitHub issues page:
This software is ready to use on all platforms: Windows/Linux/macOS.
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