5 edition of Contributions to the history of statistics. found in the catalog.
Contributions to the history of statistics.
Harald Ludvig Westergaard
|Series||Reprints of economic classics|
|LC Classifications||HA19 .W4 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 280 p.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||70085136|
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“Stephen Stigler's book The History of Statistics: The Measurement of Uncertainty before was greeted with enthusiasm by both staticians and historians for its penetrating overview of developments in probabilistically oriented statistics before This new volume, too, will be of interest to both statisticians and historians What Cited by: Hald is a well known Danish statistician who previously published a book titled "A History of Probability and Statistics and Their Application before ".
This book is a sequel to that one. I have not read his earlier work but have read other fine historical accounts by Stigler, Porter and most recently "The Lady Tasting Tea" by by: Interest in the his tory of statistics has grown substantially in recent years and the subject is now covered by a number of excellent books.
Stigler's The History of Statistics (19S6) gives an overview up to while Anders Hald's two encyclopedic volumes A History of Probability and. History of Statistics and its Significance Statistics is a relatively new subject, which branched from Probability Theory and is widely used in areas such as Economics and Astrology.
It is a logic and methodology to measure uncertainty and it is used to do inferences on these uncertainties (Stigler, ).
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The book is suitable for students and researchers in statistics, computer science, data mining and machine learning. This chapter provides an overview of the history of health statistics, starting with the pioneering work of Graunt in London in the 17th century on the Bills of Mortality.
It discusses the role of the census of population in various countries in the development of population-based statistics, followed by a description of early mortality statistics in the United States.
T he origins of probability and statistics are usually found in this period, in the mathematical treatment of games of chance and in the systematic study of mortality was the age of the Scientific Revolution and the biggest names, Galileo (Materials and Todhunter ch.I ().) and Newton (LP) gave some thought to probability without apparently influencing its development.In this lesson, you will be taken through a biography of British statistician, Sir Ronald Fisher, a timeline of his accomplishments and contributions to statistics.
Following this lesson will be a. Contributions to the early history of Bryan McDonald and family, settlers inon Red Clay Creek, Mill Creek Hundred (or Township) Newcastle County, Delaware. Together with a few biographical sketches and other statistics of general interest to their lineal descendants by McDonald, Frank V.
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