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Plots the one-tailed p-values. The leftmost red line indicates the cutoff for one-tailed p-values less than 0.025 (corresponding to "affirmative" studies; i.e., those with a positive point estimate and a two-tailed p-value less than 0.05). The rightmost red line indicates one-tailed p-values greater than 0.975 (i.e., studies with a negative point estimate and a two-tailed p-value less than 0.05). If there is a substantial point mass of p-values to the right of the rightmost red line, this suggests that selection may be two-tailed rather than one-tailed.

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`yi` |
A vector of point estimates to be meta-analyzed. The signs of the estimates should be chosen such that publication bias is assumed to operate in favor of positive estimates. |

`vi` |
A vector of estimated variances for the point estimates |

`alpha.select` |
Alpha-level at which publication probability is assumed to change |

1. Mathur MB & VanderWeele TJ (2020). Sensitivity analysis for publication bias in meta-analyses. *Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C.* Preprint available at https://osf.io/s9dp6/.

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