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The coded **sample characteristics** used for the meta-analysis are available in `codings/_samples.xlsx`. The individual codings from each rater are given in `codings/_samples_tg.xlsx` and `codings/_samples_us.xlsx`, respectively. The **code book** is provided in each file in the sheet `Description`. The coded **factor loadings patterns** and **correlation matrices** are available in individual files in the folder `codings`. The variance-covariance matrices calculated from the available **raw data** are provided in `data/covariances`. The file names in these folders correspond to the study name in `_samples.xlsx`. The raw data cannot be shared due to legal reasons. But the source of each raw data file is given in `codings/_samples_tg.xlsx` in the variable `source`. The analyzed correlation matrices for all studies included in the meta-analysis are available in the R object `data/mat.rds`. The R analysis files are provided in the folder `code`, while the respective output from running these files is documented in the folder `results`.
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