Multivariate analyses

Multivariate analyses are statistical methods that are used to investigate the relationship between several variables. In contrast to univariate analyses, which focus on only one variable, multivariate analyses look at several variables simultaneously.

Multivariate analyses can be used to identify complex data patterns, examine relationships between variables, create predictive models and test hypotheses. Some examples of multivariate analysis methods are linear regression, factor analysis, cluster analysis and discriminant analysis.

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