[R-meta] Test of trends between subgroups?

Michael Dewey li@t@ @ending from dewey@myzen@co@uk
Fri Jul 27 18:15:01 CEST 2018

Dear Ty

That is what the mods argument is for if I understand you correctly. The 
concept you are searching for is meta-regression.


On 27/07/2018 16:20, Ty Beal wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have done tests for heterogeneity between various subgroups in meta-analysis, but is it possible to do some sort of test for trends between subgroups to see patterns (e.g., income groups: low-income, middle-income, high-income)?
> Best,
> Ty Beal, PhD
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