Louis Bertillon

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Louis-Adolphe Bertillon (French: [bɛʁtijɔ̃]; 1 April 1821, Paris – 28 February 1883) was a French statistician and appointed professor of demography at the school of anthropology in Paris.

His son Alphonse Bertillon is known for the invention of anthropometry, and another son Jacques also became a notable statistician.

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