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.
I'm curious: Have any members of this site seen any good treatises on the subject of graphing meta-regression results or determining what the confidence interval is at a certain point along a regression line? Or, in terms of plotting meta-regression lines with confidence bands?
My impression is that the classic, most-used, and even new books on meta-analysis always describe how to get a mean and a confidence interval but never how to see what it looks like across a range of an independent variable, or at a predicted point along the independent variable. Can you think of any exceptions?
(As side note, this site has a group related to such issues, the one focused on analyses). (Also, students in my most recent meta-analysis seminar will realize that Tania Huedo-Medina and I have been working on a paper on this subject. I just want to see what the collective wisdom is.)
THANKS. -BlairTags:
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