Who Invented Statistics?

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Quite a few people are involved in the invention of statistics. In the 1600's Jacques Bernoulli, Gerolamo Cardana and Rene Descartes began the statistics invention. Sir John Sinclair, John Snow and William Playfair were also involved in the 1700's. You can find more information here: http://www.bized.co.uk/timeweb/reference/statisticians.htm
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