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What is the difference between simple (also known as univariate and bivariate) regression and multivariate regression?

What is the difference between simple (also known as univariate and bivariate) regression and multivariate regression?



Simple regression includes one independent variable, and multivariate regression includes more than one independent variable.


Simple regression includes only one dependent variable, and multivariate regression includes more than one dependent variable.


Simple regression uses a chi-square statistic, and multivariate regression uses maximum likelihood.


Simple regression adjusts for confounding, and multivariate regression does not.

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