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univariate

adjective Determined, produced, or caused by only one variable
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The variables associated with cases/controls in univariate logistic regression models with p1 was considered significant.
Table 1 lists patient characteristics, other case details, and results of univariate analysis.
Model 2 was used for univariate and multivariate (two trait and three trait) analysis of productive and reproductive traits (LMY, LL, 305-d MY, Cl, and D O) fitting permanent environmental effort due to repeated records per cow.
The univariate and multivariate analysis results for outcomes at 12 months are summarized in Table 3.
Moreover, we performed a subgroup analysis according to four aspects: follow-up time more than 5 years, HR from multivariate or univariate analysis, with or without liver transplantation, and cut-off value (more than 10% of cells stained).
For example, we are often asked by our biomedical collaborators questions like "When I run the univariate regression of Y on the predictor , the p-value is very small.
The two algorithms are named by ULasso (Univariate Lasso) and MLasso (Multivariate Lasso), for which we also provide practical guidance for parameter selection.
Univariate regression analysis showed that late presentation to first health care provider by the patient (patient interval) was mostly seen in women having children who were less educated (illiterate/ primary) without any ethnic group being specific.
All variables that had significance on univariate analysis were subjected to a stepwise forward logistic regression analysis to determine the independent risk factors associated with ROP.
The construction of univariate subdivision schemes by different variants of Lane-Riesenfeld algorithm has been studied by few authors in [8, 11-13] and construction of bivariate subdivision schemes by a variant of Lane-Riesenfeld algorithm has been studied by Romani [8].
The factors that were significantly associated with prognosis in the univariate analysis were age (as a categorical variable) (P = 0.006), modus operandi (P = 0.000), histologic subtype (P = 0.000), tumor grade (P = 0.000), ascites (P = 0.000), postoperative metastasis (P = 0.000) and adjuvant therapy (P = 0.030).
Data from 1,910 participants were analyzed through univariate and multivariate linear regression analyses.