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Galton bar


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A device consisting of a horizontal rod that can be bisected by an adjustable vertical pointer, used to test the accuracy of visual estimates of length. [Named after the English explorer, amateur scientist, and psychologist Sir Francis Galton (1822–1911) who invented it]

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