Scan: A Data-Handling System for Use in Medical Research
Since W. Hollerith invented the first punched-card sorter in 1886, researchers have used various types of mechanical, electro-mechanical, and electronic devices to relieve them of the tedious calculations which often accompany research investigations.
KeywordsBirth Weight Scan System Magnetic Tape Skinfold Measurement Birth Rank
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