Appendix Table 6Estimates with univariate and multivariate meta-analysis using the binomial or multinomial likelihood in topics 44 and 45 (random effects)

Analysis or Topicexp (θ1)exp (θ2)exp (θ3)exp (θ1θ2)exp (θ1θ3)exp (θ2θ3)
Univariate
 441.765 (1.053, 2.856)1.412 (0.902, 2.132)1.378 (0.902, 2.089)1.250 (0.646, 2.412)1.279 (0.663, 2.430)1.023 (0.555, 1.860)
 450.973 (0.371, 2.140)0.979 (0.511, 1.708)0.698 (0.359, 1.146)0.992 (0.329, 2.766)1.404 (0.475, 3.825)1.405 (0.623, 3.305)
Multivariate
 441.578 (0.998, 2.535)1.441 (0.934, 2.151)1.492 (0.990, 2.185)1.099 (0.783, 1.638)1.074 (0.702, 1.644)0.975 (0.692, 1.330)
 450.748 (0.381, 1.494)0.741 (0.450, 1.128)0.760 (0.463, 1.116)1.009 (0.672, 1.575)0.988 (0.628, 1.650)0.978 (0.834, 1.178)

Shown are posterior medians and 95% credible intervals. Analyses used mildly informative priors for the between-study correlation matrix.

From: Appendix A, Formulas, Figures, and Tables

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