Meta Analysis via Shiny

Interactive shiny application for running a meta-analysis, provides support for both random effects and fixed effects models with the 'metafor' package. Additional support is included for calculating effect sizes plus support for single case designs, graphical output, and detecting publication bias.


MAVIS: Meta Analysis via Shiny v1.1.1 "Smiling Fox"

August 4, 2015

  • Version 1.1.1 has been sent to CRAN

  • Added one new effect size calculator and included the Turkish version of MAVIS (aRma) to the package.

  • April 29, 2015

  • Version 1.1 has been sent to CRAN and can be found here http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/MAVIS/index.html.

List of Packages Used

library(shiny) 
library(shinyAce) 
library(shinyBS)
library(metafor) 
library(meta) 
library(MAd) 
library(MAc) 
library(quantreg) 
library(ggplot2)
library(compute.es)
library(SCMA)
library(SCRT)

The first production release of MAVIS is now available on CRAN! v1.1 has been named "Smiling Fox"

Photo by https://www.flickr.com/photos/harlequeen/

Image Licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

William Kyle Hamilton would like to thank the Health Communications and Interventions Lab at UC Merced for their comments and beta testing efforts on this application as well as Kathleen Coburn for her feedback and evaluation of the statistical methods related to this project.

Atsushi Mizumoto would like to thank Dr. Luke Plonsky and Dr. Yo In'nami for their support and feedback to create this web application.

William Kyle Hamilton - University of California, Merced

William Kyle Hamilton maintains this application and has authored new features.

Atsushi Mizumoto, PhD - Kansai University

Atsushi Mizumoto wrote the first version of this application; this application is a fork of the original which can be found here

Burak Aydin, PhD - Recep Tayyip Erdoğan University

Burak Aydin is working on a Turkish version of MAVIS and contributed the dichotomous data entry feature.

Kathleen Coburn - University of California, Merced

Kathleen Coburn contributed technical advice on how to run a meta-analysis as well as information on publication bias.

News

CHANGES TO MAVIS 1.1.2

  • Examples now include data from published papers
  • More effect size calculators have been added
  • Added the framework to include the weightr package

CHANGES TO MAVIS 1.1.1

  • Turkish version of MAVIS (aRma) is now added to the package and can be started using startaRma

CHANGES TO MAVIS 1.1

  • Changed UI for MAVIS, options are now in drop down menus.
  • Added icons throughout UI.
  • Added effect size calculators including single case design and outcome measure for two group comparisons.
  • Support for single case design including graphing of data.
  • Additional input example for Dichotomous models.
  • Dichotomous models are now supported.
  • More options for defining models.
  • Graphics options for funnel plots.
  • Option to see the full results from the fitted models.
  • Information provide about GPLv3.
  • References for methods added throughout interface.

Reference manual

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install.packages("MAVIS")

1.1.3 by W. Kyle Hamilton, 2 months ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/MAVIS


Authors: W. Kyle Hamilton [aut, cre], Burak Aydin [aut], Atsushi Mizumoto [aut], Kathleen Coburn [ctb], Nicole Zelinsky [ctb]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


Task views: Meta-Analysis


GPL-3 license


Imports shiny, shinyAce, metafor, MAc, MAd, quantreg, ggplot2, compute.es, SCMA, SCRT, irr, shinyBS, weightr


See at CRAN