The Use of Two-Way Linear Mixed Models in Multitreatment Meta-Analysis
Meta-analysis summarizes the results of a series of trials. When more than two treatments are included in the trials and when the set of treatments tested differs between trials, the combination of results across trials requires some care. Several methods have been proposed for this purpose, which feature under different labels, such as network meta-analysis or mixed treatment comparisons. Two types of linear mixed model can be used for meta-analysis. The one expresses the expected outcome of...[Show more]
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