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AD Model Builder (ADMB) provides a powerful framework for the estimation of parameters (and their variances, co-variances) for (highly) non-linear models.  It is a great program when everything works, but getting there can often be long and arduous.  So this page is intended to share some pointers and examples for using AD Model Builder (ADMB). Note that to use ADMB you will also need to have a C++ compiler.
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AD Model Builder (ADMB) provides a powerful framework for the estimation of parameters (and their variances, co-variances) for (highly) non-linear models.  It is a great program when everything works, but getting there can often be long and arduous.  So this page is intended to share some pointers and examples for using AD Model Builder (ADMB).  
  
 
ADMB is available for free from [http://admb-project.org/ http://admb-project.org/].  
 
ADMB is available for free from [http://admb-project.org/ http://admb-project.org/].  
  
There is more good information at the official [http://admb-project.org/community/tutorials-and-examples/sitemap ADMB Project Wiki], but that site hasn't seen much development in recent months. Hopefully it will continue to grow in the future. There is also [http://code.google.com/p/admb-project/issues/detail?id=23#c2 evidence] that a User Guide is in the works.
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The official [http://admb-project.org/ ADMB Project website] has seen an increasing development over the past year and now contains many useful things. , but that site hasn't seen much development in recent months. Some of the materials below are now out of data, or have been superseded by more thorough information on the official site.
  
 
====Pointers and examples:====
 
====Pointers and examples:====

Latest revision as of 04:08, 12 December 2010

AD Model Builder (ADMB) provides a powerful framework for the estimation of parameters (and their variances, co-variances) for (highly) non-linear models. It is a great program when everything works, but getting there can often be long and arduous. So this page is intended to share some pointers and examples for using AD Model Builder (ADMB).

ADMB is available for free from http://admb-project.org/.

The official ADMB Project website has seen an increasing development over the past year and now contains many useful things. , but that site hasn't seen much development in recent months. Some of the materials below are now out of data, or have been superseded by more thorough information on the official site.

Pointers and examples:

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