Farr laws

Farr laws

(far),
a set of mathematical formulas, axioms, and laws first enunciated in the annual reports submitted by William Farr to the Registrar General of England and Wales from 1839-1883. The laws deal with the relationship of incidence to prevalence, the natural history of epidemics, and mathematical features of common types of epidemic.
[Derived from the writings of William Farr, British medical statistician]

Farr laws

(fahr lawz)
A set of mathematical formulas, axioms, and laws first enunciated in the annual reports submitted by William Farr to the Registrar General of England and Wales from 1839-1883. The laws deal with the relationship of incidence to prevalence, the natural history of epidemics, and mathematic features of common types of epidemic.
[Derived from the writings of William Farr, British medical statistician]