This section contains tutorials on how to implement common models in Turing. If you prefer to have an interactive Jupyter notebook, please fork or download the TuringTutorials repository.
A list of all the tutorials available can be found to the left. The introduction tutorial contains an introduction to coin flipping with Turing and a brief overview of probabalistic programming.
Tutorials are under continuous development, but there are some older version available at the TuringTutorials within the
old-notebooks section. Some of these were built using prior versions of Turing and may not function correctly, but they can assist in the syntax used for common models.
If there is a tutorial you would like to request, please open an issue on the TuringTutorials repository.