How to Conduct a Meta-Analysis Using Open-Science Software | Summer / Short course | Computer Science & IT | Online/Distance | 10 days | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | Netherlands
“Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are essential tools for summarizing evidence accurately and reliably (…)”. Currently, meta-analysis is a widely applied technique. It applies to many of today’s issues surrounding scientific research. It can be used not only to reach conclusions regarding the overall effect of proven correlation, but it is also essential for finding and estimating publication bias. The meta-analysis is also useful when conducting a priori power analysis to design sample size.
During this course, students will learn how to formulate a problem and analyze it conducting a meta-analysis in JASP, an open-science software. Also, students will practice a wide-and-far literature search and will learn how to report their findings following the PRISMA standards. Students will learn the basics of how to prepare and describe a meta-analytical study in a separate article. They will see how to apply this technique to summarise studies found in a manuscript in order to improve the cohesion and “publishability.”
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