```
n <- 5
mean <- rep(0, 5)
lower <- rep(-1, 5)
upper <- rep(3, 5)
corr <- diag(5)
corr[lower.tri(corr)] <- 0.5
corr[upper.tri(corr)] <- 0.5
prob <- pmvnorm(lower, upper, mean, corr)
print(prob)
stopifnot(pmvnorm(lower=-Inf, upper=3, mean=0, sigma=1) == pnorm(3))
a <- pmvnorm(lower=-Inf,upper=c(.3,.5),mean=c(2,4),diag(2))
stopifnot(round(a,16) == round(prod(pnorm(c(.3,.5),c(2,4))),16))
a <- pmvnorm(lower=-Inf,upper=c(.3,.5,1),mean=c(2,4,1),diag(3))
stopifnot(round(a,16) == round(prod(pnorm(c(.3,.5,1),c(2,4,1))),16))
# Example from R News paper (original by Genz, 1992):
m <- 3
sigma <- diag(3)
sigma[2,1] <- 3/5
sigma[3,1] <- 1/3
sigma[3,2] <- 11/15
pmvnorm(lower=rep(-Inf, m), upper=c(1,4,2), mean=rep(0, m), corr=sigma)
# Correlation and Covariance
a <- pmvnorm(lower=-Inf, upper=c(2,2), sigma = diag(2)*2)
b <- pmvnorm(lower=-Inf, upper=c(2,2)/sqrt(2), corr=diag(2))
stopifnot(all.equal(round(a,5) , round(b, 5)))
```

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