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Data extraction tips for meta-analysis - tip 27

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Here's a tip... 

 

You can use imputation to deal with missing sample sizes, means and SDs, using reported data or data from other studies.

To find out more, download the pdf

 

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 Medical Statistics and MSc in Systematic Reviews

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