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Karl Pearson
FRS
Pearson in 1912
KamundaganCarl Pearson
(1857-03-27)27 Marso 1857
Islington, London, England
Kagadanan27 Abril 1936(1936-04-27) (edad 79)
Coldharbour, Surrey, England
Alma mater
Midbid bilang
Mga gawad
Karera sa siyensya
LadoLawyer, Germanist, eugenicist, mathematician and statistician (primarily the last)
Institusyon
Academic advisorsFrancis Galton
Bantog na estudyante
NaimpluwensiyahanAlbert Einstein, Henry Ludwell Moore, James Arthur Harris

Si Karl Pearson FRS FRSE[1](namundag: Carl Pearson; Marso 27, 1857 — Abril 27, 1936[2]) iyo an Ingles na matematiko asin bioestadista. Krinideto siya sa pag-establisar kan disiplina sa matematikal na estadistika.[3][4] Siya an nagtogdas kan kaenot-enoteng departamento nin estadistika sa sarong unibersidad sa University College London kaidtong 1911, asin nagkontribwir nin signipikante sa langtad nin biometriko asin meteorolohiya. Siya man an proponent kan social Darwinismo asin eugenics, asin an saiyang kaisipan iyo an ehemplo kan piglaladawan sa ngunyan na siyentipikong rasismo. Si Pearson man an protégé asin biograpo ni Sir Francis Galton. Siya man an nag-edit asin nagkompleto kan kapwa Common Sense of the Exact Science (1885) ni William Kingdon Clifford asin History of the Theory of Elasticity, Vol. 1 (1886 — 1893) asin Vol. 2 (1893) ni Isaac Todhunter, suminunod an saindang kagadanan.

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  1. Yule, G. U.; Filon, L. N. G. (1936). "Karl Pearson. 1857–1936". Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 2 (5): 72–110. doi:10.1098/rsbm.1936.0007. 
  2. "Library and Archive catalogue". Sackler Digital Archive. Royal Society. Archived from the original on 25 October 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2011.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. "Karl Pearson sesquicentenary conference". Royal Statistical Society. 3 March 2007. Retrieved 25 July 2008. 
  4. "[...] the founder of modern statistics, Karl Pearson." – Bronowski, Jacob (1978). The Common Sense of Science, Harvard University Press, p. 128.