In celebration of the International Year of Statistics, the final statistician we celebrate is Karl Pearson. His work in the late 19th and early 20th centuries laid the structure of mathematical statistics. Born March 27, 1857, in London, England, Pearson was raised in an upper-middle class family. He studied mathematics [...]
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