What if something is missing from categorical risk data?
Data extraction tips for meta-analysis
Here's a tip...
You can deal with missing categorical risk data in several ways, by making inferences from similar studies, doing simple calculations, or making direct estimates by using simulation.
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Dr Kathy Taylor teaches data extraction in Meta-analysis. This is a short course that is also available as part of our MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care, MSc in EBHC Medical Statistics, and MSc in EBHC Systematic Reviews.
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