[R-meta] R tutorial on meta-analysis of proportions
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If you are registered on CrossValidated you might consider finding one
of the many questions from people who are puzzled that m-a of
proportions is even possible and answer it including your link plus
disclaimer. I think if you just post the link you may get told it is not
On 04/09/2017 18:29, Naike Wang wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm not sure if I am allow to post an "advertisement" here...but I recently
> made a tutorial on how to use metafor to conduct a meta-analysis of
> proportions on YouTube. It goes through each step of performing a
> meta-analysis. As far as I know, no one has published any R tutorials or
> code on this. I'm the first one. If you are interested in it, I hope you
> can check it out and leave me some feedback. Thank you!
> Here's the link to my video:https://youtu.be/2wbXTFvaRnM.
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