Doubly multivariate data, Advanced Statistics

This term is sometimes used for the data collected in those longitudinal studies in which more than the single response variable is recorded for each subject on each occasion. For instance, in the clinical trial, blood pressure and weight might be recorded for each patient on each pre planned visit. 

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