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GAUSSINT

The
GAUSSINT function evaluates the integral of the Gaussian
probability function and returns the result.

The
Gaussian integral is defined as:

If *
X*
is double-precision, the result is double-precision, otherwise the argument is converted to floating-point and the result is floating-point. The result has the same structure as the input argument, *
X*
.

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Calling Sequence

Result = GAUSSINT(*
X*
)

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Arguments

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X

The expression for which the Gaussian integral is to be evaluated.

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Example

Plot the Gaussian probability function over the range -5 to 5 with a step size of 0.1by entering:

X = FINDGEN(101)/10. - 5.

PLOT, X, GAUSSINT(X)