univariate analysis

univariate analysis

techniques of multivariate analysis that can be used when analyzing variation in a data set in which there is only a single variable parameter of interest.

univariate analysis

(statistics) an analysis of a single character.
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A multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was used to determine the differences between the groups at the initial and final measuring for each group, while the univariate analysis of variance (ANOVA) was applied for the assessment of individual differences in motor variables.
As p-values of the variables husband's employment, sex of last baby, family support, husband support and feeding status in association with PPD in univariate analysis were less than 0.
In a univariate analysis, virus-negative tumors had a nearly twofold higher risk of progression.
Hence, with a correct multiple regression model, the estimate of the univariate analysis is based on a wrong model.
Univariate Analysis (Factors Affecting Successful Outcome) Variable p Value Age <50 years 0.
In a univariate analysis, PCOS patients who developed GDM had higher fasting blood glucose (FBG), Homeostasis Model Assessment-Insulin resistance (HOMA-IR) score, total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, non-HDL cholesterol, systolic and diastolic blood pressures, and free testosterone index.
In a univariate analysis, the baseline factors that in combination best predicted erosive progression over five years were age 65 or older, C-reactive protein (CRP) above 8 mg/L, and a level of the new biomarker 14-3-3[eta] of 0.
In a univariate analysis, a history of COPD was associated with a 2.
In univariate analysis, dental plaque, family history of stomach diseases, habit of washing hands before meals and habit of brushing teeth twice daily were associated negatively with H.
05 in the univariate analysis were entered into a backward multivariate analysis.