Ciolkowski09ESEM.MetaAnalysis.PBRvsCBRorAR data form a set of primary studies on reading methods for software inspections. They were reported and analysed by M. Ciolkowski ("What do we know about perspective-based reading? an approach for quantitative aggregation in software engineering", in Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, ESEM'09, pp. 133-144, IEEE Computer Society, 2009), corrected and re-analysed by Madeyski and Kitchenham ("How variations in experimental designs impact the construction of comparable effect sizes for meta-analysis", 2015 (to be submitted)).
If you use this data set please cite: Lech Madeyski and Barbara Kitchenham, "How variations in experimental designs impact the construction of comparable effect sizes for meta-analysis", 2015 (to be submitted).
A data frame with 21 rows and 7 variables:
Name of empirical study
Reference to the paper reporting primary study or experimental run where data were originally reported
Control treatment: Check-Based Reading (CBR) or Ad-hoc Reading (AR)
Yes - if the primary study used the within-subjects experimental design, No - if the primary study did not use the within-subjects experimental design
Yes - if the primary study used the cross-over experimental design, No - if the primary study did not use the cross-over experimental design
d effect size calculated by Ciolkowski
d effect size as reported by the original authors
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