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Some statistical methods for combining experimental results.

Some statistical methods for combining experimental results. Advances in science and technology are generally the product of multiple investigations. This article discusses statistical methods for combining empirical results from a series of different experiments or clinical investigations. We delineate the steps an assessor might take in combining data from different studies and provide references for topics not discussed in detail. The article reviews some of the most commonly used statistical techniques for combining results in the medical and social sciences. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International journal of technology assessment in health care Pubmed

Some statistical methods for combining experimental results.

International journal of technology assessment in health care , Volume 6 (1): 26 – Aug 6, 1990

Some statistical methods for combining experimental results.


Abstract

Advances in science and technology are generally the product of multiple investigations. This article discusses statistical methods for combining empirical results from a series of different experiments or clinical investigations. We delineate the steps an assessor might take in combining data from different studies and provide references for topics not discussed in detail. The article reviews some of the most commonly used statistical techniques for combining results in the medical and social sciences.

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ISSN
0266-4623
DOI
10.1017/s0266462300008916
pmid
2361819

Abstract

Advances in science and technology are generally the product of multiple investigations. This article discusses statistical methods for combining empirical results from a series of different experiments or clinical investigations. We delineate the steps an assessor might take in combining data from different studies and provide references for topics not discussed in detail. The article reviews some of the most commonly used statistical techniques for combining results in the medical and social sciences.

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International journal of technology assessment in health carePubmed

Published: Aug 6, 1990

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