The gamma function has a large number of identities relating its values at one point to values at other points. By focusing on just the function arguments and not the details of the relationships, a simple pattern emerges. Most of the identities can be derived from just four fundamental identities:

- Conjugation
- Addition
- Reflection
- Multiplication

The same holds for functions derived from the gamma function: log gamma, digamma, trigramma, etc.

For the details of the relationships, see Identities for gamma and related functions.

**Other diagrams**:

Probability distribution relationships

Conjugate priors

Modes of convergence

(FYI, a few of the headers have “itentities” instead of “identities.”)

Thanks, Josh. I fixed several typos.