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Pages: 69 - 74

Meta-analysis is concerned with methods for combining evidences from seemingly different sources—but with the same goal. One simple example is derived from the context of measurement of pollution in a waterbody. Suppose several water samples have been randomly taken from the waterbody and sent to different laboratories for carrying out laboratory analyses.

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JournalData powered by TypesetStatistical Methods in Social Science Research
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