[R-meta] Meta-analysis with only p.values and N?

Raquel Cumeras Olmeda r@que|@cumer@@ @end|ng |rom urv@c@t
Fri Dec 4 19:45:06 CET 2020

Dear all,

We are trying to do a meta-analysis of metabolomics data.
In metabolomics, we study the changes of the concentrations of compounds in biofluids.

So, for the data I am trying to analyze I have the p.value of the relevant compounds and the N of the patients and controls.

We tried to do a forest plot, but we don't know how to do it with only the p.value and the N.

Any help would be more than welcome!

Raquel Cumeras

Raquel Cumeras, Ph.D.
Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- Institut d'Investigaci� Sanit�ria Pere Virgili (IISPV, ES). Metabolomics Platform<http://metabolomicsplatform.com/>.
- University of California Davis (UC Davis, USA). Fiehn lab.
- Affiliated to Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV, ES) and CIBERDEM (ISCIII, ES).

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