Select a video:
- Case study using means (Viewing)
- Case study using odds ratios
- Case study using correlations (Coming Soon)
- Case study using incidence
- Basic Topics
- Enter the data
- Run the Analysis
- Random-Effects Model
- The Mean Effect Size
- How to explain the results
- High-Resolution Plot
- Sensitivity Analysis
- Publication Bias / Small Study Effect
- Why moderators are important
- Procedures to assess potential moderators
- Subgroup Analysis
- Meta-Regression (Viewing)
Comprehensive Meta-Analysis (CMA) is a powerful computer program for meta-analysis. The program combines ease of use with a wide array of computational options and sophisticated graphics.
"CMA 2.0 is perhaps the most user‐friendly statistical software I have used to date. It makes the complicated process of conducting a meta‐analysis much easier. It can be used from start to finish ‐ from direct data entry to publication‐quality graphics. I highly recommend this program!"
Nathan Thoma, M.A. - Psychology Intern, Payne Whitney Clinic, Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York ‐ Presbyterian Hospital
"I found the Comprehensive Meta‐Analysis software program to be extremely user friendly, providing instant computational data from the simplest to the most complex statistical problems, a versatile database to help organize and restructure large volumes of multifaceted data, and parallel visuals that help better understand your data. I also found the support staff very helpful in providing responses to both my technical questions about the program itself as well as helpful addressing more general theoretical questions about meta‐analyses. I would highly recommend this program to a novice or more seasoned researcher interested in conducting meta‐analytic statistics."
Talin Babikian, PhD, MPH - UCLA