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measure(func)  integrator scaling self.integrand by func
between(start, stop)  integrates over an interval
before(stop)  as between, but with minus infinity as start
beyond(start)  as between, but with plus infinity as stop
Both before() and beyond() presume that they're integrating a `tail' of a
distribution: to compute an integral between one side of a distribution's
mode and infinity on the other side, it is probably wisest to call between()
on the given bound and a moreorless arbitrary position on the same side of
the mode as the infinity in question, then to use before() or beyond() to
compute the remainder, using between()'s output as offset (see below).
All three integrator methods take an optional argument, test, following the
given required arguments; and an optional keyword argument, offset, after
that. These are used in deciding when the integral has been determined
accurately enough: after each iteration, the integrator calls test with the
change in its estimate of the integral as first argument and, as second
argument, the new estimate, optionally with offset added to it. If the
change is small enough that further refinement is a waste of time, test
should return true. The integrator will then return the given estimate
added to an error bar whose width is the last change.
By default, the code is geared up to deal with values of class Quantity (see
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first estimate at the integral (plus optional offset) has a positive .width
attribute, it is presumed to be a Quantity() and the default test simply
compares the change in estimate with the .width of the new estimate; if the
change is within this existing error bar, it is taken to be small enough.
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Returns an Integrator whose integrand is (: func(x) * self.integrand(x)
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