In statistics, bivariate data is data that has two variables. The quantities from these two variables are often represented using a scatter plot. This is done so that the relationship (if any) between the variables is easily seen. For example, bivariate data on a scatter plot could be used to study the relationship between stride length and length of legs.

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  • In statistics, bivariate data is data that has two variables. The quantities from these two variables are often represented using a scatter plot. This is done so that the relationship (if any) between the variables is easily seen. For example, bivariate data on a scatter plot could be used to study the relationship between stride length and length of legs. (en)
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  • In statistics, bivariate data is data that has two variables. The quantities from these two variables are often represented using a scatter plot. This is done so that the relationship (if any) between the variables is easily seen. For example, bivariate data on a scatter plot could be used to study the relationship between stride length and length of legs. (en)
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  • Bivariate data (en)
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