[R] meta-analysis question

kjetil brinchmann halvorsen kjetil at entelnet.bo
Mon Sep 1 23:07:42 CEST 2003

On 1 Sep 2003 at 13:04, Remko Duursma wrote:

I guess NO. The R-squared's doesný give information about the 
relative infoemation content in each study. 

Kjetil Halvorsen

> Dear R-helpers,
> i have the following situation: i have a bunch of y=b0 + b1*x from different studies, and want to estimate a "general" y=f(x). I only have the b0,b1's and R-squareds. Should i weigh the separate equations by their R-squared? 
> thanks
> Remko
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> Remko Duursma, Ph.D. student
> Forest Biometrics Lab / Idaho Stable Isotope Lab
> University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, U.S.A.
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