[R] How to do this simple integration?

From: Jianing Di <jianing_at_math.bu.edu>
Date: Thu 08 Jun 2006 - 13:41:17 EST


Hello,

I have a simple function in the form as follows:

> f<-function(x){sum(v^x)}

where v is a vector. I was trying to integrate f using the command

> I<-integrate(f,0,1)

However, this will not work and seems that the reason is to use "integrate", the f must be a function that with input and output of same length. Anyone can point out which command should I use in order to compute this type of integration(such as a function involve sum(), prod(), etc.)?

Thank you.

Jianing

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