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 Effect Size Substantive Interpretation Guidelines: Issues in the
 In general, there are three families of effect sizes: the standardized mean difference, the correlation coefficient, and the odds ratio.
 ies.ed.gov
 A simple method for converting an odds ratio to effect size for use in
 It is shown that a ln(odds ratio) can be converted to effect size by dividing by 1.81.
 www.aliquote.org
 Using Odds Ratios as Effect Sizes for MetaAnalysis of Dichotomous
 issues and shows how to use odds ratios in metaanalytic data, both alone and in combination with other effect size estimators.
 doi.apa.org
 Effect Size and Confidence Intervals in General Linear Models for
 2 likelihood ratio (deviance) statistic and associated pvalue when testing the significance of a model or comparing alternative models.
 mlrv.ua.edu
 An OddsRationBased MetaAnalysis of Research on the Doorin
 www.dokeefe.net
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 Effect size  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 The odds ratio (OR) is another useful effect size. It is appropriate when both variables are binary.
 en.wikipedia.org
 A simple method for converting an odds ratio to effect size for use in
 Nov 30, 2000 A simple method for converting an odds ratio to effect size for use in meta analysis. Chinn S.
 www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
 Effect Size Substantive Interpretation Guidelines: Issues in the
 In general, there are three families of effect sizes: the standardized mean difference, the correlation coefficient, and the odds ratio.
 ies.ed.gov
 A simple method for converting an odds ratio to effect size for use in
 It is shown that a ln(odds ratio) can be converted to effect size by dividing by 1.81.
 www.aliquote.org
 Effect Size Estimation
 Effect size estimates should be reported here too, especially when power was low. .. See http://core.
 core.ecu.edu
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