Reference numberEC/1921/22
Previous numbersCert XIII, 213; A55570
TitleYule, George Udny: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationUniversity Lecturer in Statistics. Distinguished for his work on statistics and the application of statistical methods to the study of biological problems. Amongst works he has published are the following : - 'An Introduction to the Theory of Statistics,' 5th ed, 1919; 'On Association of attributes in Statistics ' (Phil Trans A, 1900); 'On the Theory of Consistence of Logical Class-frequencies and its Geometrical Representation' (ibid, 1901), 'On the Significance of Bravais' Formulae for Regression, &c, in the Case of Skew Correlation' (Proc Roy Soc A, 1907); 'On a Property which holds good for all Grouping of a Normal Distribution of Frequency for Two Variables' (ibid, 1906); 'On the Distribution of Deaths with Age when the Causes of Death act Cumulatively' (Journ Stat Soc, 1920); 'Changes of Pauperism in England &c' (ibid, 1899); 'Changes in Marriage and Birth-rates' (ibid, 1906); 'Mendel's Laws and their probable Relation to Intra-racial Heredity' (New Physiologist, 1902); 'Fluctuations of Sampling in Mendelian Ratios' (Proc Camb Phil Sov , 1914, with M Greenwood); 'Statistics of Anti-typhoid and Anti-cholera Inoculations' (Proc Roy Soc Med, 1915); 'Satistical Interpretation of Bacteriological Methods,' &c (Journ Hygiene, 1917).
ProposersR H Biffen; H F Baker; C S Myers; A N Whitehead; T B Wood; E W Hobson; W Bateson; Alfred Hall
Access statusOpen

Yule, George Udny: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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