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RE: st: Midas
"Seed, Paul" <email@example.com>
RE: st: Midas
Tue, 5 Mar 2013 18:24:35 +0000
Claudia Denking has had problems with the
user-written command -midas-.
-findit midas- brings up one written by
Ben Dwamena (firstname.lastname@example.org), Division of Nuclear Medicine,
Department of Radiology, University of Michigan Health System,
Ann Arbor; designed for meta-analysis of diagnostic tests;
integrating results for both sensitivity and specificity,
without reducing them to a single measure, such as an odds ratio.
. which midas
*! version 2.00 December 21, 2008
*! version 1.00 August 15, 2007
*! Ben A. Dwamena: email@example.com
When I updated my copy from version 1 to 2, it initially
failed to run properly, but had no problems after I closed
and re-opened Stata.
However, Setor Kunutsor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
seems to locate a quite different one , via
*! Version 3.03 19May2009 (author: Michael J Bradburn,
Jonathan J Deeks, Douglas G Altman. Centre for Statistics in Medicine,
University of Oxford, Wolfson College Annexe, Linton Road, Oxford, OX2 6UD, UK)
I think this is really -metan-, another meta-analysis command;
which is not designed for diagnostic tests, but for
treatment effects, measured as odds ratios, differences in the mean etc.
If so, there is a newer version :
. which metan
*! 3.04 21Sep2010
Paul T Seed, Senior Lecturer in Medical Statistics,
Division of Women's Health, King's College London
Women's Health Academic Centre, King's Health Partners
(+44) (0) 20 7188 3642.
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2013 09:56:48 -0500
Subject: st: Midas
I am trying to use MIDAS for a systematic review.
midas tp fp fn tn, bfor ford
midas tp fp fn tn, bfor
midas tp fp fn tn, ford
does not seem to be working. I am trying to get a similar output to Revman with the description of the studies on the left and then the forest plot for sensitivity and specificity on the right.
I am using STATA 12.
Does anyone have experience with this and can help?
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