Univariate analysis

Is the simplest form of quantitative (statistical) analysis.

The analysis is carried out with the description of a single variable in terms of the applicable unit of analysis.

For example, if the variable “age” was the subject of the analysis, the researcher would look at how many subjects fall into given age attribute categories.

Univariate analysis contrasts with bivariate analysis – the analysis of two variables simultaneously – or multivariate analysis

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