"Thank you for the reply, I will look at both your paper and the book you suggested. I haven't found any examples to date that use a one-variable effect size, but as I said, I'm in the early stages of reading through the literature that is…"
"It sounds like you could do a meta-analysis of these data, yes, but it would not be one with a two-variable effect size (e.g., OR, r, or d), it would be a one-variable effect size: heterozygosity. It would be analogous to doing meta-analysis with…"
Hi All,I am relatively new to the world of 'meta-analysis' and have some questions about how to undertake a meta-analysis and what kind of data I can include.I want to investigate the influence of variables pertaining to island biogeography (size of islands, distance to the mainland, etc) and life history variables (type of development, PLD, etc) to the genetic diversity of aquatic invertebrates on oceanic islands. My initial understanding was that I could collect data from the literature, i.e.…See More