4. F2010-3 The Statistical Revolution

4 F2010-3 The - The Statistical Revolution Florence Nightingale Karl Pearson R A Fisher W.S Gossett Stella Cunliffe TAKE NOTES NOW Florence

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The Statistical Revolution Florence Nightingale Karl Pearson R. A. Fisher W.S. Gossett Stella Cunliffe
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Florence Nightingale: The Victorian Rebel TAKE NOTES NOW
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“Flo,” as she was known by her family… …was a compulsive counter. …favored by her father for her intelligence. …was key to the family’s inheritance. …believed she had a religious calling. …was considered the “pretty one” compared to her older sister Parthepone. …refused to marry. …spurned a marriage proposal from the highly eligible Moncton Milnes, who had a secret interest in objects from the Marquis de Sade. TAKE NOTES NOW
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Florence Nightingale: The Nursing Legend TAKE NOTES NOW
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Florence Nightingale: The “Passionate Statistician” QuickTimeª and a TIFF (Uncompressed) d are needed to see this TAKE NOTES NOW
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Florence Nightingale’s notebooks were filled with detailed statistics describing supplies, causes of mortality, and financial reports.
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Karl Pearson: Passion Versus Probability
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 230 taught by Professor Heizen during the Spring '11 term at WPUNJ.

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4 F2010-3 The - The Statistical Revolution Florence Nightingale Karl Pearson R A Fisher W.S Gossett Stella Cunliffe TAKE NOTES NOW Florence

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