[R] Comparing pooled proportions(complication and reoperation rates) of different treatment modalities
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Note though that this has been put on hold on stats.stackexchange.com as
On 23/06/2017 19:33, Bert Gunter wrote:
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> I suggest you post on stats.stackexchange.com instead, which *is*
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> Bert Gunter
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> On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 5:53 AM, Jay Zola <jayjay.1988 at hotmail.nl> wrote:
>> Dear sir/madame,
>> I am currently writing a meta-analysis on the complication and reoperation rates of 5 different treatment modalities after a distal radius fracture. I was able to pool the rates of the 5 different rates using R. Now I have to compare the pooled rates of the 4 treatment modalities with the golden standard separately. I though the chi squared test would be the best method. How do I do that using r. The R code I have used for the former calculation are added as a Word-file attachment. Your help would be highly appreciated.
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