I have a simple question about SPSS.

I have a dataset in which I want to identify variables (among 154) which may be associated with my dependent variable (binary).

To present the results, peer-review want univariate analysis for all 154 of them. Do I have to do a bivariate binary logistic regression of variable A on dependent variable, then variable B etc... 154 times.

Or is there a way to have the results for all of them (but not taking into account they are covariates?). I hope I am clear enough.

Thank you in advance.

remark:

I tested GLM to estimate the beta coefficient with 1 variable, but it is not the same result as when I did the binary logistic regression analysis. So I am at a loss.

I have a dataset in which I want to identify variables (among 154) which may be associated with my dependent variable (binary).

To present the results, peer-review want univariate analysis for all 154 of them. Do I have to do a bivariate binary logistic regression of variable A on dependent variable, then variable B etc... 154 times.

Or is there a way to have the results for all of them (but not taking into account they are covariates?). I hope I am clear enough.

Thank you in advance.

remark:

I tested GLM to estimate the beta coefficient with 1 variable, but it is not the same result as when I did the binary logistic regression analysis. So I am at a loss.

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