comp_dens_conv.normalmix {ashr} | R Documentation |
returns density of convolution of each component of a normal mixture with N(0,s^2) at x. Note that convolution of two normals is normal, so it works that way
## S3 method for class 'normalmix' comp_dens_conv(m, data)
m |
mixture distribution with k components |
data |
a list with components x and s to be interpreted as a normally-distributed observation and its standard error |
a k by n matrix