The mathematical theory of population :
of its character and fluctuations, and of the factors which influence them, being an examination of the general scheme of statistical representation, with deductions of necessary formulae; the whole being applied to the data of the Australian census of 1911, and to the elucidation of Australian population statistics generally. /
By G.H. Knibbs. Pub. under instructions from the minister of state for home and territories, Melbourne.
|Published / Created:||
McCarron, Bird & Co., printers,
|Series:||[Australia. Bureau of census and statistics. Report on the Australian census of 1911] Appendix A. ;
vol. 1 |
Physical description: xvi, 466 p., 1 leaf : ill ; 33 cm. (large and 8vo).
Mathematical theory of population.|