InverseGaussianDistribution

InverseGaussianDistribution[μ,λ]
represents an inverse Gaussian distribution with mean μ and scale parameter λ.

InverseGaussianDistribution[μ,λ,θ]
represents a generalized inverse Gaussian distribution with parameters μ, λ, and θ.

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Probability density function:

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Cumulative distribution function of an inverse Gaussian distribution:

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Probability density function of a generalized inverse Gaussian distribution:

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Cumulative distribution function of a generalized inverse Gaussian distribution:

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Mean:

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Mean of a generalized inverse Gaussian distribution:

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Variance:

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Variance of a generalized inverse Gaussian distribution:

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Introduced in 2007
(6.0)
| Updated in 2010
(8.0)