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A comparison of seven random-effects models for meta-analyses that estimate the summary odds ratio

Statistics in Medicine

Jan 10, 2018

Dan JacksonIan R White

Abstract

Comparative trials that report binary outcome data are commonly pooled in systematic reviews and meta-analyses. This type of data can be presented as a series of 2-by-2 tables. The pooled odds ratio is often presented as the outcome of primary interest in the resulting meta-analysis. We...read more

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A comparison of seven random-effects models for meta-analyses that estimate the summary odds ratio

Statistics in Medicine

Jan 10, 2018

Dan JacksonIan R White

PMID: 29315733

DOI: 10.1002/sim.7588

Abstract

Comparative trials that report binary outcome data are commonly pooled in systematic reviews and meta-analyses. This type of data can be presented as a series of 2-by-2 tables. The pooled odds ratio is often presented as the outcome of primary interest in the resulting meta-analysis. We...read more

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In Silico
Study
Truncation Biases
Meta-Analysis (Publications)
Meta Analysis (Statistical Procedure)
Log-Linear Models
Logistic Regression
Odds Ratio
Simulation
Analysis
28
40

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