multiple regression

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Definition of multiple regression

: regression in which one variable is estimated by the use of more than one other variable

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So the researchers sought to control for other factors like gender, race, age, education, political leaning and even personal feelings about Clinton and Trump using multiple regression analysis. The Washington Post, NOLA.com, "Fake news might have won Donald Trump the 2016 election, new study suggests," 3 Apr. 2018 So the researchers sought to control for other factors like gender, race, age, education, political leaning, and even personal feelings about Clinton and Trump using multiple regression analysis. Washington Post, BostonGlobe.com, "New study suggests fake news might have won Donald Trump the 2016 election," 3 Apr. 2018

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1924, in the meaning defined above

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