Bandwidth estimators for densities, used in the `bandwidth`

argument
to density functions (e.g. `density_bounded()`

, `density_unbounded()`

).
Supports automatic partial function application.

```
bandwidth_nrd0(x, ...)
bandwidth_nrd(x, ...)
bandwidth_ucv(x, ...)
bandwidth_bcv(x, ...)
bandwidth_SJ(x, ...)
bandwidth_dpi(x, ...)
```

- x
A numeric vector giving a sample.

- ...
Arguments passed on to

`stats::bw.SJ`

`nb`

number of bins to use.

`lower,upper`

range over which to minimize. The default is almost always satisfactory.

`hmax`

is calculated internally from a normal reference bandwidth.`method`

either

`"ste"`

("solve-the-equation") or`"dpi"`

("direct plug-in"). Can be abbreviated.`tol`

for method

`"ste"`

, the convergence tolerance for`uniroot`

. The default leads to bandwidth estimates with only slightly more than one digit accuracy, which is sufficient for practical density estimation, but possibly not for theoretical simulation studies.

A single number giving the bandwidth

These are loose wrappers around the corresponding `bw.`

-prefixed functions
in stats. See, for example, `bw.SJ()`

.

`bandwidth_dpi()`

, which is the default bandwidth estimator in ggdist,
is the Sheather-Jones direct plug-in estimator, i.e. `bw.SJ(..., method = "dpi")`

.