[ADMB Users] Save the date - June 20 - 23, 2011
mmaunder at iattc.org
Mon Jan 3 10:16:20 PST 2011
One thing we need to make sure is that we go through all the steps to add some code to the codebase. Including getting the source code, changing the source code, commenting the source code, documenting the source code, testing the source code, submitting the source code.
Related to this is how to create a function (passing and receiving arguments), overloading functions so they work with multiple variable types, ....
I also think we should go over creating, using, and distributing your own libraries, which might be the initial testing bed and distribution of code before it gets accepted to the base code
Finally, we need to discuss the process of how to decide on what code gets accepted into the base code.
An ambitions, but perhaps useful task might be to add a PRIORS_SECTION to ADMB so that priors can be added to any estimated or derived parameter
(I know that this does not add much, but it would provide more structure to the code and could clarify things for new users).
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From: users-bounces at admb-project.org [mailto:users-bounces at admb-project.org] On Behalf Of John Sibert
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2011 9:55 AM
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Subject: [ADMB Users] Save the date - June 20 - 23, 2011
Apologies for duplicate posting.
I'm pleased to announced that we have finally been able to organize our
first ADMB Developers' Workshop. It will be held at the National Center
for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis in Santa Barbara, California, June
20 - 23, 2011. We also have limited funding available to assist with
travel and participation.
At this point, the workshop agenda and format are completely open. Some
of the topics that have been suggested include writing adjoint code,
parallelization, R interfaces, installation packages, ... . Others have
suggested breaking into small groups to implement specific features (but
So my purpose in writing to invite you to participate, to solicit
suggestions for workshop topics, and to find the names of others who
might make a substantive contribution to the proceedings.
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