bivariate statistic

bivariate statistic

a numerical value which indicates the relationship between two individual variables, e.g. correlation between fiber intake and butterfat content of milk.
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2], or some other psychometric bivariate statistic (Jennings, Amabile, & Ross, 1982; Lane, Anderson, & Kellam, 1985; Strahan & Hansen, 1978).
Bivariate statistics were used to calculated odds ratios (OR) among the two independent variables (rs10380 and multigravida) and the dependent variable (VTE).
For many research questions, simple univariate statistics such as means, medians, standard deviations, and percentages, or bivariate statistics such as correlations, t tests, and chi-squares are often not sufficient to address the research question of interest.
Univariate and bivariate statistics were used to describe the sample and to provide descriptions of professionals' perceptions of their frustration, while multiple regression analysis was used to assess the relationship between the independent variables of participants' assessment of organizational factors in their work setting and the dependent variable of the assessment of their work frustration.
as the use of descriptive statistics gave way to bivariate statistics and then to multivariate statistics), the percentage of multiple-authored articles also rose.
Looking at Figure 4C, it is clear that in the mid-1970s the percentage of multiple-authored articles in which the authors used multivariate statistics surpassed the percentage of multiple-authored articles in which the authors used bivariate statistics.
A variety of data analysis functions, such as Gaussian distributions, linear regressions, and bivariate statistics, are available to the user to manipulate the worksheet data, allowing mathematical calculations to be performed on specific sets of the data.
Simple univariate and bivariate statistics can be done with Survey Manager.