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univariate

adjective Determined, produced, or caused by only one variable
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Pearson [chi square] analyses were also used to test univariate relations between health/behavioral risk factor categories, including service component, and outcome measures.
Data from 1,910 participants were analyzed through univariate and multivariate linear regression analyses.
To examine the impact of preoperative indices and possible confounders on complications, we performed univariate logistic regression.
Univariate and multivariate analyses of parasite abundance allowed discrimination of wetland microhabitats and information on host ecology and interrelationship of intermediate and final hosts.
Univariate analysis of sociodemographic and lifestyle variables revealed that low economic status (p = 0.
There was a trend toward better overall survival for aspirin users among patients with stage IV disease in univariate analysis (hazard ratio, 0.
Handbook of univariate and multivariate data analysis with IBM SPSS, 2d ed.
The number of CTC correlated strongest with survival, whereas CTC size, roundness and apoptosis features reached significance in univariate analysis, but not in multivariate analysis.
Some forecasts are produced with univariate models and some with multivariate models; some incorporate the trend, and some do not.
From a scientific point of view, the project represents a clear evolution of my research interests: moving from univariate shock models to the multivariate case means entering into a new exciting field of research, where just a few pioneering works are present.
Time series and univariate analysis of 15,964 AMI patients revealed a significant positive correlation between AMI and air pollution and an inverse correlation between AMI and temperature.
Significant univariate predictors of distress included all of those variables, plus lower education and income; lack of insurance; ethnicity (black or Hispanic vs.