Create a mixture distribution.

## Usage

```
mix(..., weights = 1, na.rm = FALSE)
is_mix(object)
is.mix(object)
```

## Arguments

- ...
Distribution objects, or lists of distributions.

- weights
Vector of weights corresponding to the distributions;
or, single numeric for equal weights.

- na.rm
Remove `NA`

distributions and `NA`

weights? `TRUE`

if yes;
default is `FALSE`

.

- object
Object to be tested

## Value

A mixture distribution – an empty distribution if any weights
are `NA`

and `na.rm = FALSE`

, the default.

## Examples

```
a <- distionary::dst_norm(0, 1)
b <- distionary::dst_norm(5, 2)
m1 <- mix(a, b, weights = c(1, 4))
#plot(m1)
distionary::variable(m1)
#> [1] "continuous"
c <- distionary::dst_empirical(0:6)
m2 <- mix(a, b, c, weights = c(0.2, 0.5, 0.3))
#plot(m2, n = 1001)
distionary::variable(m2)
#> [1] "mixed"
```