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This workshop will equip participants with tools to conduct a transparent and reproducible meta-analysis. These tools include pre-registration, transparent analysis, and data sharing. A practical demonstration of a transparent meta-analysis using the free JASP point-and-click program will also be included. Common pitfalls, such as misinterpreting publication bias measures, will also be covered.
The screencast (see wiki) is a condensed version of this workshop.
This workshop was delivered at the (in)credible research conference on October 29, 2020
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