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Differentiate between univariate, bivariate and multivariate analysis.

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Univariate analysis is statistical analysis that involves only one variable, for example mean, median and mode.

Bivariate analysis is statistical analysis that involves two variables simultaneously, example Chi Square, t test and correlation analysis.

Multivariate analysis is statistical analysis that involves three or more variables simultaneously. ex. regression analysis, MANOVA, factor analysis, path analysis.
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