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Statistics_Measuring Heterogeneity in a meta-analysis

 
 
Zhandos
 
Reply Sat 2 Dec, 2023 08:05 am
I am conducting a meta-analysis to estimate the prevalence of one behavioural addiction by using the random effects model.
When I measured heterogeneity in Stata, I got a lower tau-squared statistic of 0.180, but a higher H2 statistic of 66%. Is it OK to have this contradiction?
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Tue 5 Dec, 2023 01:56 pm
@Zhandos,
Have you discussed this with your instructor. I think it's normal enough. But what do I know?
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