Meta-Analysis Resources

Tools for Those Who Summarize the Evidence Base

Resources and networking for those who conduct or interpret meta-analyses related to any phenomenon that is gauged in multiple studies.

Calculating Effect Sizes and Their Variances or Standard Errors


Calculating Effect Sizes and Their Variances or Standard Errors

Tips and techniques to help meta-analysts calculate effect sizes and the variances that are needed for the purpose of analysis.

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Latest Activity: Feb 8

Discussion Forum

Estimating the standard error for d, VR, and Proportion ratios. 1 Reply

Hi everybody,I want to calculate the standard error of d, VR, and Proportion ratios. And I'm looking for the standard error formula of them? (if it's possible all of them by using the…Continue

Started by Majid. Last reply by Majid Feb 8.

Relative high weights in pre-post scores studies

Hi there,I'm working on a meta-analysis where i combine different designs: independent groups (treatment and control group) on the one hand and only dependent pre post without control group on the…Continue

Started by Michael Köhler Feb 7.

calculating Cohen's d for pre-post changes among paired groups?

Dear all,I am using the programme "Comprehensive Meta-Analysis" (CMA) to meta-analyze the effectiveness of a particular intervention. I want to meta-analyze whether there are effective changes in…Continue

Started by Kevria Feb 6.

inter-study variance

Hi EveryoneI need to know how can i calculate inter-study variance in a fixed effect model ?i need to know the variance so i will be able to calculate the weight of the study which is the inverse of…Continue

Started by Noha Ghallab May 7, 2017.


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