Description Usage Arguments Value Examples
The functions are designed for compatibility with Stan's student t distribution which has three parameters: degrees of freedom, mean, and standard deviation.
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n 
Number of random draws to perform. 
df 
Degrees of freedom 
mean 
Location parameter (equals mean when 
sigma 
Scale parameter. Note: this is smaller than the standard deviation (when the standard deviation exists). 
sd 
Standard deviation of distribution, but note that this only exists when

A vector of random draws from the appropriate t distribution(s).
1 2 3 4 5  rstudent_t(5, mean = 10, sigma = 2, df = 3)
rstudent_t(5, mean = 10, sd = 2, df = 3)
sd(rstudent_t(5000, mean = 10, sd = 2, df = 4))
# sigma = 2, sd = 2 * sqrt(4/2) approx 2.8
sd(rstudent_t(50000, mean = 10, sigma = 2, df = 4))

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