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.



Tips, techniques, and procedures to evaluate the extent to which effect size magnitude varies across a series of studies.

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Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2018

Discussion Forum

computing 95%CI of the I^2 statistic; and publication bias 2 Replies

Dear all,I am working on a manuscript of my meta-analysis on effectiveness of a program. As indicators of heterogeneity in the effect size estimates, I have obtained the Q statistic and the I^2…Continue

Started by Kevria. Last reply by Kevria May 10, 2017.

Meta-regression question 2 Replies

As I mentioned in the 'methodological quality' forum, I am currently working on a risk association meta-analysis involving case-control studies. Not surprisingly, our meta-analysis has a substantial…Continue

Started by Yeshvanth JP. Last reply by Yeshvanth JP Apr 12, 2014.

Methodology bibliography: Heterogeneity and related topics

(I'm posting similar info about my bibliography to other groups as well.  This seems more useful than making one general post somewhere on this site, because different topics and issues are relevant…Continue

Tags: bibliography, methodology, effects, random, moderator

Started by Adam Hafdahl Nov 6, 2012.

The Truth Wears Off 1 Reply

Hi all, I'd noticed and browsed this very interesting piece by Jonah Lehrer in the New Yorker in…Continue

Tags: unknown causes, truth, randomness, heterogeneity

Started by Blair T. Johnson. Last reply by Adam Hafdahl Nov 6, 2012.


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