**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.

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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