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univariate

(ˌjuːnɪˈvɛərɪə)
adj
having or using only one variable
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Univariate analysis followed by multivariate analysis were performed.
His topics include experimental and quasi-experimental research, univariate statistics, bivariate analysis comparing two groups, multivariate analysis using regression models to look at the relationship between several predictors and one dependent variable, and using analysis of variance to compare more than two groups.
Dr Ghulam Mustafa presented his work on "binary univariate dual and primal subdivision schemes".
Associations between risk factors and death were first tested in a series of univariate models.
Genetic parameter estimates of locally available exotic and crossbred dairy cattle in Ethiopia have so far been carried out using univariate models.
The risk of AIE in cases with casting type calcifications was lower but it was only statistically significant in the univariate analysis of the entire cohort HR 0.41 (CI 95% 0.17-0.99).
Beforehand, we conducted a univariate analysis using the appropriate statistical test regarding the four outcomes, in order to evaluate the eligibility of inclusion for each variable in the final multivariate analysis, using a p value < 0.20 as criteria of inclusion.
The most accurate method was to retrieve the HR estimate and its variance from the reported results or to calculate it directly using parameters provided by the authors for univariate analysis.
Geo-statistical analyses such as univariate, bivariate and multivariate statistical analyses and geo-spatial analyses were performed on the data using various softwares.
Key words: Forward selection, backward elimination, univariate regression; multiple regression