You will receive in the confirmation email a template protocol. This will contain our standard methods text for you to adapt as appropriate. To develop your protocol further using this template, you will need to download and install Revman 5.
One of the strengths of R is its flexibility when creating figures. The code below shows how the figure can be recreated using a combination of the forest() function from metafor and using functions such as text() and points() to add additional elements to the figure in the same style as done in the RevMan forest plot. Note that it takes a bit of work to recreate the figure, although some parts are really optional (the goal here was to recreate the figure as closely as possible, except for a few minor deviations in terms of the alignment of the elements and leaving the points in black instead of making them blue). Also note that one really needs to save the figure to a file for it to look right. The figure below was saved with png(filename="forest_plot_revman.png", res=350, width=3196, height=1648).
RevMan Web is the next generation of Cochrane's software for preparing and maintaining systematic reviews. This web-based version of RevMan works across all platforms, is installation-free, and automatically updated.
The same results are showed as a forest plot. regarding the forest plot please define them in a better resolution meta-easy is a very elementary software for conducting meta analysis, please revise EXTENSIVELY ALL the analysis using the software review manager 5 (download it, it is free). It is a better software that all You to show into the forest plot directly the analysis on random effects and the etherogenity test..ans so on.. 2b1af7f3a8