Bayesian random-effects meta-analysis using the bayesmeta R~package

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Authors Christian Röver
Journal/Conference Name ARXIV: COMPUTATION
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Paper Abstract The random-effects or normal-normal hierarchical model is commonly utilized in a wide range of meta-analysis applications. A Bayesian approach to inference is very attractive in this context, especially when a meta-analysis is based only on few studies. The bayesmeta R package provides readily accessible tools to perform Bayesian meta-analyses and generate plots and summaries, without having to worry about computational details. It allows for flexible prior specification and instant access to the resulting posterior distributions, including prediction and shrinkage estimation, and facilitating for example quick sensitivity checks. The present paper introduces the underlying theory and showcases its usage.
Date of publication 2017
Code Programming Language R
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