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 right. 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.