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Authorised form of nameHenrici; Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann (1840 - 1918)
SurnameHenrici
ForenamesOlaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann
Dates1840 - 1918
Dates and placesBirth:
1840
Death:
Hiltingsbury Lodge, Chandler's Ford, Hampshire (10 August 1918)
ActivityEducation:
PhD
Career:
Professor of Mathematics, University College, London.
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
4/06/1874
RelationshipsMarried the eldest daughter of Rev John Kennedy DD
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/26070333
Royal Society codeNA1344
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1874/08Henrici, Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/77/1On the Influence of Bias and of Personal Equation in Statistics of Ill-Defined Qualities: An Experimental Study 1905
IM/Maull/002040Henrici, Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmannnd
RR/8/84Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the classification of Loci' by William Kingdon Clifford29th June 1878
NLB/1/661Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society27 October 1887
NLB/8/1103Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society, 34 Clarendon Road, Notting Hill, W.24 February 1894
NLB/11/474Copy letter from Herbert Rix, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society10 July 1895
NLB/17/62Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society9 July 1898
RR/15/95Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'Mathematical contributions to the theory of evolution VIII. On the correlation of characters not quantitatively measurable' by Karl Pearson3 March 1900
RR/15/139Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'The association of attributes in statistics, with examples from the material of the Childhood Society, etc' on a paper by George Udny Yule8 January 1900
NLB/14/707Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Joseph Larmor, Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, Professor Andrew Russell Forsyth, Professor Walter Elliot Elliot, Dr Ernest William Hobson, Fellows of the Royal Society28 April 1897
RR/15/357Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'Quaternions and projective geometry' by Charles Jasper JolyDecember 1902
NLB/15/91Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, [Fellow of the Royal Society]25 June 1897
NLB/16/103Copy letter from Arthur William Rucker, to [R T] Glazebrook31 January 1898
NLB/17/122Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor George Howard Darwin20 July 1898
NLB/20/213Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, [Fellow of the Royal Society]26 February 1900
NLB/25/218Copy letter from Joseph Larmor, to Professor Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, [Fellow of the Royal Society]23 September 1902
NLB/46/207Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor [Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann] Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society25 June 1912
NLB/56/16Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Andrew Russell] Forsyth, FRS4 November 1918
RR/9/217Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the dynamics of a rigid body in elliptic space' by R S Heath8 April 1884
RR/10/105Second referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the diameters of a plane cubic' by John James Walker24 November 1887
RR/9/374Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On systems of circles and spheres' by R Lachlan 25 April 1886
RR/10/103Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the diameters of a plane cubic' by John James Walker29 October 1887
RR/9/373Letter from Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On systems of circles and spheres' by R Lachlan to the Secretary of the Royal Society19 April 1886
RR/11/236Letter from Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the three-bar motion of watt' by William Brennand to the Secretary of the Royal Society26 May 1893
RR/11/236bisReferee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the three-bar motion of watt' by William Brennand1 January 1894
RR/12/330Second referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'The kinematics of machines' by T A Hearson15 July 1895
RR/13/67Letter from Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'Octonions' by Alex McAulay to the Secretary of the Royal Society4 February 1896
RR/13/70Letter from Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'Octonions' by Alex McAulay to George Howard Darwin4 March 1896
RR/12/328Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'The kinematics of machines' by T A Hearson3 April 1895
RR/13/227Letter from George Howard Darwin, on behalf of the Committee, on a paper 'A Maya calendar inscription, interpreted by Goodman's tables' by Alfred Percival Maudslay to the Secretary of the Royal SocietyJune 1897
RR/13/66Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'Octonions' by Alex McAulay1896
RR/13/228Letter from Arthur William Rucker, on a paper 'A Maya calendar inscription, interpreted by Goodman's tables' by Alfred Percival Maudslay to Henrici25 June 1897
RR/13/251Letter from Robert Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society on a paper 'Mathematical contributions to the theory of evolution.— IV. On the probable errors of frequency constants and on the influence of random selection on variation and correlation' by Karl Pearson and Louis Napoleon George Filon to Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici26 January 1898
RR/13/268Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On the geometrical treatment of the 'normal curve' of statistics, with especial reference to correlation and to the theory of error' by W F Sheppard1897
RR/13/270Letter from Robert Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, on a paper 'On the geometrical treatment of the 'normal curve' of statistics, with especial reference to correlation and to the theory of error' by W F Sheppard to Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici26 January 1898
NLB/13/735Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to H J Falk, The Athenaeum, Liverpool12 November 1896
RR/15/138Referee's report by Walter Frank Raphael Weldon, on a paper 'The association of attributes in statistics, with examples from the material of the Childhood Society, etc' on a paper by George Udny YuleDecember 1899
NLB/16/77Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society26 January 1898
NLB/16/74Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor Henrici, Fellow of the Royal Society26 January 1898
RR/12/45Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'On a graphical representation of the twenty-seven lines on a cubic surface' by Henry Martyn Taylor[1893]
RR/13/252Referee's report by Olaus Magnus Friedrich Erdmann Henrici, on a paper 'Mathematical contributions to the theory of evolution.— IV. On the probable errors of frequency constants and on the influence of random selection on variation and correlation' by Karl Pearson and Louis Napoleon George Filon12 February 1898
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