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flatmcmc
flatmcmc is a Haskell library for painless, efficient, generalpurpose sampling from continuous distributions.
flatmcmc uses an ensemble sampler that is invariant to affine transformations of space. It wanders a target probability distribution's parameter space as if it had been "flattened" or "unstretched" in some sense, allowing many particles to explore it locally and in parallel.
In general this sampler is useful when you want decent performance without dealing with any tuning parameters or local proposal distributions. Check out the paper describing the algorithm here, and a paper on some potential limitations here, authored by my friends David Huijser and Brendon Brewer. There is also also a robust Python implementation here authored by Dan ForemanMackey, a very nice dude who I once moved some furniture with.
flatmcmc exports an 'mcmc' function that prints a trace to stdout, as well as a 'flat' transition operator that can be used more generally.
import Numeric.MCMC.Flat
import qualified Data.Vector.Unboxed as U (unsafeIndex)
rosenbrock :: Particle > Double
rosenbrock xs = negate (5 * (x1  x0 ^ 2) ^ 2 + 0.05 * (1  x0) ^ 2) where
x0 = U.unsafeIndex xs 0
x1 = U.unsafeIndex xs 1
origin :: Ensemble
origin = ensemble [
particle [negate 1.0, negate 1.0]
, particle [negate 1.0, 1.0]
, particle [1.0, negate 1.0]
, particle [1.0, 1.0]
]
main :: IO ()
main = withSystemRandom . asGenIO $ mcmc 12500 origin rosenbrock
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