## Interactive Examples

We have adapted the tmpnb to provide temporary web sessions where you can explore MUQ's capabilities without having to install MUQ on your local machine. Click the button below to try it out!

#### A few other notes about the interactive sessions:

- All of the examples listed below (and more) are available in our interactive MUQ sessions.
- Many of the examples employ Jupyter notebooks which provide a mix of documentation and code. However, it is also possible to run the other examples or test your own MUQ code by creating new files and opening a terminal window.
- The interactive sessions use the current develop branch from our bitbucket site.
- Anything you do in your interactive session will be lost when you close your browser.

## Introductory Examples

Python

#### Introduction to Examples

An introduction describing the format of MUQ's examples.

c++#### Explanation of C++ Examples

An introductory example describing how MUQ uses IPython to construct c++ examples.

## Modelling Examples

## Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) Examples

## Optimization Examples

## Transport Map Examples

c++

#### Basic transport map construction

This example provides an initial overview of how to construct a transport map using samples of a target distribution.

c++#### Multiscale Inference

An illustration of multiscale Bayesian inference using transport maps. Transport maps are used to decouple the coarse and fine scales while MCMC is used to sample the coarse posterior.