Statistics Sunday: Conducting Meta-Analysis in R

April 29, 2018
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Here it is, everyone! The promised 4th post on meta-analysis, and my second video for Deeply Trivial! In this video, I walk through conducting a basic meta-analysis, both fixed and random effects, in the metafor package:

See these previous posts and links for more information:

You can access the code I used in the video here as well as code to do similar analysis with the or_meta dataset here.

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