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Is there a way to integrate and differentiate Erfi?

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It appears that Mathematica does not know how to integrate or differentiate the Erfi function.  Am I correct?  I am able to use Limit[(f(t+d)-f(t))/d, d -> 0] to get the derivative, but are there reasonable approaches to finding Integrate[Erfi]?

Thanks!

NS



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