bivariate statistics

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The branch of statistics devoted to analysing the relationship between pairs of variables when neither is an independent variable in an experiment. The prototypical example of bivariate statistics is the product-moment correlation coefficient. Compare multivariate statistics, univariate statistics. [From Latin bis twice + English variate]

Subjects: Psychology.

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