[R-meta] How to Get PIs for Moderator Analyses
Tor|@Pen@ @end|ng |rom @tonybrook@edu
Tue Jun 13 19:50:45 CEST 2023
Thanks for your response! What do you mean by profiling the variance?
Yes, some of my moderators had virtually no effect in our models. I have
the issue with the PI being displayed for each data point in the model
instead of the PI for the model across all the moderators, unfortunately.
On Tue, Jun 6, 2023 at 12:20 PM Michael Dewey <lists using dewey.myzen.co.uk>
> Dear Tori
> It might help to know exactly why you think the ouput is incorrect but I
> notice that (a) your random effects seem to have very small variances
> (have you tried profiling them?) (b) your moderator does not seem to
> have much effect either.
> On 06/06/2023 16:59, Tori Peña via R-sig-meta-analysis wrote:
> > Hello Listserv -
> > I wanted to know if folks know of a way to get prediction intervals for
> > moderator analyses! I tried the predict() function but the output looks
> > incorrect. I attached a screenshot below of the code plus a part of the
> > output.
> > Thanks in advance!
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> > *Tori Peña, Ph.D. *(she/her/ella)
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