[R-meta] imputing covariance matrices for meta-analysis of dependent effects
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Thu Aug 10 17:43:00 CEST 2017
Not sure how relevant this is but does it complement in any way the
package https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=metavcov ? I have not used
it by the way.
On 10/08/2017 15:04, James Pustejovsky wrote:
> A common problem in multivariate meta-analysis is that the information
> needed to calculate the correlation between effect size estimates is not
> reported in available sources, even when the variances of the estimates can
> be calculated. One approach to handling this situation is to simply make an
> informed guess about the correlation between the effect sizes. I use this
> approach fairly often and have written a function that makes some of the
> calculations easier. The function calculates a block-diagonal
> variance-covariance matrix based on the sampling variances and a guess
> about the degree of correlation. More details available here:
> There's nothing innovative about the methods I describe, but I figured that
> others might find the function useful. I would welcome comments, questions,
> or debate about the utility of the approach I used.
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