Geek Fact for April 27th


In 1936, mathematician Karl Pearson died.

Karl Pearson was a leading founder of the modern field of statistics. Teaching graphical methods at University College in London formed the basis for his original interest in statistics.

Learn more at http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/448102/Karl-Pearson

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