In probability theory, the Type1 Gumbel density function is
 $f(xa,b)=abe^{(be^{ax}+ax)}$
for
 $\infty <x<\infty .$
The distribution is mainly used in the analysis of extreme values and in survival analysis (also known as duration analysis or eventhistory modelling).
See also
References
Taken from the gslref_19.html#SEC309, used under GFDL.



Discrete univariate with finite support  

Discrete univariate with infinite support  

Continuous univariate supported on a bounded interval  

Continuous univariate supported on a semiinfinite interval  

Continuous univariate supported on the whole real line  

Continuous univariate with support whose type varies  

Mixed continuousdiscrete univariate  

Multivariate (joint)  

Directional  

Degenerate and singular  

Families  

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