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NBCLab: Meta-analysis Template

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Description: Meta-analyses should follow this template.

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Create private project using Meta-analysis Template as template. Perform literature search to justify meta-analysis. Link Mendeley folder with relevant papers to Background component. Add literature review in pdf format to Background component. Finalize hypotheses and literature search plan/inclusion criteria for papers to be used in the meta-analysis. Add hypotheses in pdf format to Hypotheses...

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  • Background

    Literature search and, if applicable, literature review providing rationale for analysis. Should include link to Mendeley folder with papers from sear...

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  • Hypotheses and Inclusion Criteria

    PDF with hypotheses surrounding the meta-analysis and inclusion criteria for the papers to be used in the meta-analysis. Register before running the m...

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  • Data

    Files with coordinates for meta-analysis, unless data were acquired using Sleuth.

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  • Analysis

    Any code used for the meta-analysis. If existing GUI-based tools were used, then a very detailed write-up can be included here. If code was used, then...

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  • Results

    Output files from meta-analyses. Should include link to ANIMA where files will be stored.

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  • Final Report

    PDF of the final report. Also should include link to figures, which will be stored publicly on figshare.

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