Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Calculate or approximate the expected value of a distribution.
If `support`

is missing, it is assumed that the support is
continuous and `integrate`

is used to approximate
the expected value. If the support is countably infinite, then
`support`

should be chosen to reduce the error associated
numerically approximating infinite sums.

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`dfunc` |
Function that takes a random variable as its first
argument and returns its probability (if |

`lower` |
Lower limit of the continuous |

`upper` |
Upper limit of the continuous |

`support` |
Values at which to evaluate a distribution with discrete support. |

`...` |
Additional arguments to pass to |

The value of the expected value of `dfunc`

(if
`support`

is not missing) or an approximation to the
expected value supplied by `integrate`

(if
`support`

is missing).

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