A chance encounter at Bournemouth between Francis Galton and John Venn has lain in some obscurity because of a slip by Galton himself and a second mistake by Karl Pearson. The contact with Venn provides insight into the development of Galton’s perception of statistical dispersion, his disenchantment with the notion of ‘probable error’ and adoption of population variability.
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