Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Implements the Olkin-Pratt (DSL) fixed-effect meta-analytical approach with correlation coefficients as effect sizes, as described by Schulze (2004).

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`r` |
vector of correlations |

`n` |
vector of sample sizes |

`labels` |
vector of the study names |

`alpha` |
alpha-level for the main test and for the confidence intervals |

`plot` |
logical; should a forest plot be returned? |

`xlim` |
range of the x-axis of the forest plot |

`G` |
vector of the G-values |

`G.var` |
vector of the variances of each G |

`G.lower` |
the lower limits of the confidence intervals for G |

`G.upper` |
the upper limits of the confidence intervals for G |

`G.mean` |
the mean effect size G |

`G.se` |
the standard error of G.mean |

`G.mean.lower` |
the lower limit of the confidence interval for G.mean |

`G.mean.upper` |
the upper limit of the confidence interval for G.mean |

`p` |
the p-value for the null hypothesis H0 -> G.mean = 0 |

Etienne Laliberté [email protected] http://www.elaliberte.info/

Schulze, R. (2004) Meta-analysis: a comparison of approaches. Hogrefe & Huber, Gottingen, Germany.

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