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RE: st: are meta-analysis routines built in to v9?
A caution... While many of the meta-analysis commands were published through the STB or Stata Journal, this is not universally true;
some meta-analysis commands were published via the SSC archive. Further, some of the programs originally published via the STB/SJ
were updated only on the SSC archive. Lastly, some commands originally published separately were updated and republished under
submission -metaaggr-. Unfortunately, the abstracts often fail to reveal the version number of the program so, between the STB/SJ
and SSC, you will need to explore some to get all the latest and greatest versions.
> At 10:03 AM 5/8/2006, you wrote:
> >To 1: The manual says no.
> >To 2: The manual (K-Q) page 153 lists all meta-analysis
> commands available
> >in Version 9. I think that "findit meta-analysis" also
> summarizes all commands.
> >Regards, Sebastian
> >Michael McCulloch schrieb:
> >>Dear Statalist members,
> >>1. Are any of the various meta-analysis routines that have
> been developed
> >>by Stata users now built in to v9?
> >>2. If not, how could I get a comprehensive list of
> meta-analysis routines
> >>and where to download them?
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