The history of statistics in the 17th and 18th centuries : against the changing background of intellectual, scientific and religious thought / lectures by Karl Pearson given at University College London during the academic sessions 1921-1933 ; edited by E. S. Pearson
Contributor(s): Pearson, Karl | Pearson, E.SMaterial type: Text; Format: print Publisher: New York : MacMillan, 1978Description: XIX, 744 p. ; 27 cmISBN: 0-02-850120-9Subject(s): Estadística matemática | Estadística -- Historia
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Índice: Introduction. The early history of statistics. The founding of theenglish scholl of political arithmetic. Caspar Neumann and Edmund Halley. The early sucessors of Sir William Petty: the political arithmeticians. From graunt and Halley to the assurance societies. The descent from Graunt on the mathematical side. Further work on vital statistics and mortality data. The great mathematicians from Newton to Euler...