Pearson, Keith (1857–1936)
Keith Pearson was a British mathematician best known for his pioneering work in statistics (e.g., devising the chi-squared test) and for his The Grammar of Science (1892), an important contribution to the philosophy of mathematics. He was also an early worker in the field of eugenics.
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