Psychometric meta-analysis toolkit
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jadahlke psychmeta v2.1.1
- Added option to suppress progress indicators in the console. Use options(psychmeta.show_progress = FALSE) to suppress progress indicators.

- Increased support for common wide database formats in the reshape_wide2long() function.

- Bug fixes for managing dependent observations in artifact distributions created within ma_r() and ma_d(). 

- Bug fixes for resolving dependency in effect sizes in meta-analyses with moderators.

- Added error-variance estimates to the output of convert_es() for increased compatibility with the ma_generic() function.
Latest commit 433ea0b Oct 27, 2018

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Psychometric Meta-Analysis Toolkit

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The psychmeta package provides tools for computing bare-bones and psychometric meta-analyses and for generating psychometric data for use in meta-analysis simulations. Currently, the package supports bare-bones, individual-correction, and artifact-distribution methods for meta-analyzing correlations and d values. Please refer to the overview tutorial vignette for an introduction to psychmeta's functions and workflows.


psychmeta was written by Jeffrey A. Dahlke and Brenton M. Wiernik.


The official CRAN release of psychmeta can be installed with the following code:


Development versions of psychmeta from GitHub reflect updates made to the package between official CRAN releases. Using the devtools package, the GitHub release can be installed with the following code:


Citing psychmeta

To cite psychmeta in your research, please refer to the package's citation information using the citation() function.


Reporting Issues

To report a bug or other issue, tell us about it on GitHub or email For more general questions and inquiries about the package, reach out to us via Twitter or email