Full text: Problems in eugenics

Section III.D. C. Gini„ 
TABLE XX. 
Deaths according to seasons of birth. 
Births in Cagliari during the years 1902—11. 
Annual average of births and deaths in each season. 
YearsWinterSeason Springof birth 
SummerAutumnTotal number 0 
observatior 
Born (living and dead)1905-9114213813693961566 
Born in month x and dead before 
6th day of month x + 31902-91124-514*215’418-3724 
Dead 1 year after .................1902-91037 -235‘234'236-01284 
,, 2 years ,, .................1902-90922‘I17-o15-9i8‘959i 
>> 3 J> 5?1902-9087-08-i6'i7'o198 
!> 4 )> >>1902-9074’25‘o2-33-894 
9) 5 >) 5 > ••■1902-906i-82-8i-82'846 
,, 6 ,, d1902-9052 *0272 '22-237 
5 5 7 5> )>1902-9041‘32-327I’323 TABLE XXI. 
Mortality according to season of birth. 
Births in Cagliari during the years 1902—11. 
Daily mean of births or deaths, according to the season of birth, having made 
the daily mean of births or deaths for the year = 100. 
Season of birth 
WinterSpringSummerAutumn 
1 Born ........................................................................1099793101 
2 Dead before 6th day of 3rd month after birth1367884101 
3 Dead during 1st year following .................1069895101 
4 Dead during 2nd year following .................1219185103 
5 Dead during 3rd to 7th year following951208699 
6 Dead between 1st and 7th years following ...1071029i101 
7 Dead in all 4 periods ... ... .................1169589101 
the year of birth the smaller is the number of age classes for which data can be 
obtained. The births of 1902 will furnish data for the eight classes, those 
of 1911 for one class only.
	        

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