biserial

[bahy-seer-ee-uhl]
adjective Statistics.
of or pertaining to the correlation between two sets of measurements, one set of which is limited to one of two values.

Origin:
1830–40; bi-1 + serial

biserially, adverb
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The evidence of internal structure is also depicted by the point biserial correlation coefficient and fit statistics.
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