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Which numerical integration technique is used by scipy.integrate.quad (e.g. Simpson, Romberg,...) [closed]

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I used scipy.integrate.quad to calculate an integral from 0 to infinite.

It gave a very good result, but now I would like to know which integration method it uses.

The documentation says the fortran library QUADPACK is used: but the question about the method remains). Is there any way for printing the technique? Does the software apply some decision tree?
<p>I used scipy.integrate.quad to calculate an integral from 0 to infinite.</p>
<p>It gave a very good result, but now I would like to know which integration method it uses.</p>
<p>The documentation says the fortran library QUADPACK is used: but the question about the method remains). Is there any way for printing the technique? Does the software apply some decision tree?</p>
 

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