Confidence profile method, Advanced Statistics

Confidence profile method: A Bayesian approach to meta-analysis in which the information in each piece of the evidence is captured in the likelihood function which is then used along with the assumed earlier distribution to produce the posterior distribution. The method or technique can be used where the available evidence includes a variety of experimental designs, types of outcomes and effect the measures, and uncertainty about the biases.

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