bivariate


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

bivariate

(bī-văr′ē-ĭt, āt″) [″ + ″]
Pertaining to two variables.
References in periodicals archive ?
After controlling the age as a constant factor, the bivariate logistic analysis revealed that herd and total animals at farm showed significant association with the occurrence of Paratuberculosis.
The first surprising result of this analysis is that the classification accuracy of the bivariate models is slightly higher than that of the multivariate ones.
In order to model these two variables obtained from blood transfusion data, the bivariate zero-inflated Poisson regression model was used.
In Section 2, we present the framework for the construction of univariate and bivariate families of subdivision schemes and their graphical and mathematical comparisons with Romani's families.
The copula functions (Table 4) were applied to construct the bivariate joint distributions between flood peak ([Q.
A bivariate copula is a bivariate distribution function with both univariate margins distributed as U (0,1).
Figure 1 illustrates the relationship between the asymptotic tail dependence in the symmetric bivariate t distribution and the distribution's correlation and degrees of freedom parameters.
Specifically for two dimensions, Azzalini and Dalla Valle (1996) described the bivariate skew-normal density function of [Z'.
Direct manipulation of an arbitrary surface point boils down to controlling a bivariate motion M (u, v), and it is no longer necessary to consider a separate cross-sectional curve or surface, which greatly simplifies its mechanism compared to the existing methods [4, 6].
Additional to the Bivariate analysis the effect of birth order, maternal anthropometry, the years of education, pre-term birth and LBW was investigated using a multivariate logistic regression model.
Appended are: (1) Included Studies; (2) Excluded Studies; (3) Summary of Included Randomized and Quasi-Experimental Studies; (4) Bivariate Correlation Matrix of Study Characteristics: RCT/QED Studies; (5) Summary of Included Single-Group Pre-Post Studies; and (6) Bivariate Correlation Matrix of Study Characteristics: SGPP Studies.
The authors administered a cross-sectional, door-to-door questionnaire in two affected villages, collected blood from children 2-59 months of age, obtained soil samples from 199 family compounds, and performed descriptive and bivariate analyses using survey, blood lead, and environmental data.