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Both the level and power of corresponding test statistics, as well as the coverage of related confidence intervals are compared over a wide range of sample size and parameter configurations. Contents: Meta Analysis A Guide to Calibrating and Combining Statistical Evidence; Contents; Preface; Part I The Methods; 1 What can the reader expect from this book? As the access to this document is restricted, you may want to for a different version of it. Meta Analysis: A Guide to Calibrating and Combining Statistical Evidence acts as a source of basic methods for scientists wanting to combine evidence from different experiments. Journal Research Synthesis Methods â€” Wiley Published: Jul 1, 2010. The Handbook is a guide for combining and interpreting experimental evidence to solve standard statistical problems. This section allows someone with a rudimentary knowledgein general statistics to apply the methods. Series Title: Responsibility: Elena Kulinskaya, Stephan Morgenthaler, Robert G.