Ipsos Encyclopedia - Univariate Techniques

Univariate techniques refer to the statistical analysis when only one variable is taken into account at a time.

Definition

​Univariate techniques refer to the statistical analysis when only one variable is taken into account at a time. The analysis could be descriptive results like frequency tables, histograms, mean, median, standard deviation, etc. Inferential statistical methods could also be done such one sample hypothesis testing and calculations of confidence intervals.

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