biometrician


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bi·o·me·tri·cian

(bī'ō-me-trish'ăn),
One who specializes in the science of biometry.

bi·o·me·tri·cian

(bī'ō-mĕ-trish'ăn)
One who specializes in the science of biometry.
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Mutationism was opposed by many naturalists, particularly biometricians like Briton Karl Pearson who defended Darwinian natural selection as the major cause of evolution.
A team of top statisticians and biometricians at the Institute for Medical Statistics and Epidemiology at the Technical University of Munich will collect important data from past and current clinical trials for MS therapies and in studies of the natural history of the disease, or how it behaves when it is not treated at all.
The time-bound trajectory of such processes follows a statistical pattern--the logistic or S-curve--that was first created by biometricians in 1920 to study contagion processes.
Biometricians used the qualitative response models during the 1940s and 1950s (see Berkson, 1944, 1951 for the logit, and Finney, 1952, 1971 for the probit model).