Brede meta-analysis


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Brede Wiki CSV title: 


Column names Number Mean SD Events
Experimentals:
Controls:

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Original data

AuthorYearRegionPatient meanPatient SDNumber of patientsControls meanControls SDNumber of controlsPatient Y-BOCS meanPatient Y-BOCS SDControls Y-BOCS-meanControls Y-BOCS SDPMIDTitle
Szeszko1999Superior frontal gyrus53234532349515265330487172622.46.910530633) Orbital frontal and amygdala volume reductions in obsessive-compulsive disorder

Interpreted data and analysis

Study Experimentals Controls Effects
Mean SD Events N Mean SD Events NSDpooled Effect SE CI Z P Weight WeightDSL
Szeszko 1999 53234.000000 9515.000000 nan 26 53304.000000 8717.000000 nan 269124.727777 -0.008 0.277 -0.551 0.536 -0.027 0.978 12.999900 100.000% 12.999900 100.000%
Meta-analysis (fixed effect) 26 26 -0.008 0.277 -0.551 0.536 -0.027 0.978 100%
Meta-analysis (random effects, DSL) -0.008 0.277 -0.551 0.536 -0.027 0.978 100%
σa: 0.000000 Q: 0.000000 dof: 0.0 P-value: nan

Forest plot

-2 -1 0 1 2 Szeszko 0.000000 Meta-analysis (fixed effect) Meta-analysis (random effects)

Funnel plot

Effect size Standard error -0.00 -0.00 -0.01 -0.01 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.01 0.08 0.16 0.24 0.32

Warning

Column not matched "number_of_experimental_events". Column not matched "number_of_control_events".

Meta-analysis

This webservice will download a specified page from the Brede Wiki. The page should contain a comma-separated values (CSV) file with information for a meta-analysis. Study effect sizes and meta-analytic effect sizes will be computed.

The CSV file should provide information about the two groups: "experimentals" and "controls". The information you need to supply depends on whether your data is categorical (binary) or continuous:

You will usually need to specify the column names used for the data, but an automated guess will be performed if columns are not specified.

Symbols

M: mean, SD: standard deviation of data, SDpooled: Pooled standard deviation of data, N: number of data (subjects, etc.), MD: mean difference, SMD: standardized mean difference, CI: 95% confidence interval.

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Acknowledgment

Matthew Kempton. Lundbeck Foundation Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging (CIMBI)
Finn Årup Nielsen, CIMBI, DTU Informatics.