Batch-entry calculator

The batch-entry calculator will estimate the gradual effects model using data from multiple series, distinguished by one or more series identifiers. This is useful if you are using the gradual effects model to estimate effect sizes as part of a meta-analysis, for instance.

The batch calculator includes several example datasets. In order to see example output, choose a dataset. The data will automatically populate the data screen. Select the "Estimate" tab and all of the correct selections will automatically be populated. You can click "Estimate Models" to see example output and then download the example output.

To use the batch-entry calculator with your own data, you will need to save your data in a .csv or text file that uses semicolons, spaces or tabs as delimiters. On the "Batch Entry" screen, select "Upload data from a file." By default, the app assumes the first row of the data is the column names. If not, uncheck the box. You will need to specify what seperates columns (commas, semicolons, spaces, or tabs), as well as whether or not the data includes quotations (it probably will not).

Once you have uploaded a dataset, select the "Estimate" tab. In the left-hand panel, specify the column names corresponding to each of the following variables:

You will then need to specify values for the following modeling options:

Once you have selected the variance function and link function, click "Estimate Models" to fit the model and examine the results. Click "Download displayed results" to obtain a .csv file with the model estimates.

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SingleCaseES documentation built on Sept. 30, 2021, 5:09 p.m.