[R-meta] P-values one or two-sided
Viechtbauer, Wolfgang (SP)
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Mon Jun 28 15:40:43 CEST 2021
Please see my responses below.
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>Behalf Of Tina Dudenhöffer
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>Subject: [R-meta] P-values one or two-sided
>I am working with the Metafor package using the rma.mv function.
>I read that, by default, the p-values are reported for two-sided tests, so I am
>wondering whether I should divide my p-values by two.
>I am asking about the test of moderators specifically (when performing the Q-test
The p-value given there is a one-sided p-value (since this is for a chi-square / F-test). There is no need to adjust this p-value.
>Similarly, when removing the intercept (i.e putting a -1 behind the moderator) I
>assume that p-value is not two-sided?
You mean for the QM-test? That's always reported as a one-sided p-value.
>I am just not sure how much of the output is depending on R default and how much
>is part of the Metafor package and how exactly it is set up.
>Thanks for clarifying.
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