psychmeta package provides tools for computing bare-bones and psychometric meta-analyses and for generating psychometric data for use in meta-analysis simulations. Currently, the package supports bare-bones, individual-correction, and artifact-distribution methods for meta-analyzing correlations and d values. Please refer to the overview tutorial vignette for an introduction to
psychmeta’s functions and workflows.
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psychmeta was written by Jeffrey A. Dahlke and Brenton M. Wiernik.
The official CRAN release of
psychmeta can be installed with the following code:
The unofficial GitHub release of
psychmeta reflects updates made to the package between official CRAN releases. Using the devtools package, the GitHub release can be installed with the following code:
psychmeta in your research, please refer to the package’s citation information using the
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