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Webinar: Meta-analysis using Stata


Duration: 1 hour
Where: Join us from anywhere!
Cost: Free—but registrations are limited

Meta-analysis is a statistical technique for combining the results from several similar studies. Stata 16's new meta command offers full support for meta-analysis—from computing effect sizes and producing forest plots to accounting for between-study heterogeneity and potential publication bias.

Join Houssein Assaad, Senior Statistician and Software Developer, as he introduces meta-analysis concepts and demonstrates how to perform meta-analysis in Stata. In this webinar, you will see examples of interpreting meta-analysis under various models, performing meta-regression, analyzing subgroups, and evaluating small-study effects and publication bias. Houssein will also demonstrate how to create various types of plots, including forest plots and funnel plots.

How to join

The webinar is free, but you must register to attend. Registrations are limited, so register soon. Register by clicking the desired date of your course above.

We will send you an email prior to the start of the course with instructions on how to access the webinar. You will need access to Adobe Connect to attend.

Presenter: Houssein Assaad

Houssein Assaad portrait

Houssein Assaad is a Principal Statistician and Software Developer at StataCorp LLC and the primary developer of Stata's meta-analysis suite. Houssein's other contributions to Stata include nonlinear mixed-effects models and zero-inflation models. Houssein has a PhD degree in statistics from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is a former research assistant professor at Texas A&M University, where his research focused on longitudinal and functional data analysis.


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