. xi: metareg wmd i.Overweight, wsse(se) mm

i.Overweight _IOverweigh_0–1 (naturally coded; _IOverweigh_0 omitted)

Meta-regression number of studies = 9

Fit of model without heterogeneity2 = 0): Q (7 d.f.) = 2.88748

p > Q = 0.895

Proportion of variation due to heterogeneity I2 = 0.000

Moment-based estimate of between-study variance: τ2 = 0.0000

WMDCoef.SEtp > |t|(95% CI)
_IOverweig∼1 −.3317409 .5740735 −0.58 0.581 −1.689209 1.025727
_cons .0562025 .4122949 0.14 0.895 −.9187199 1.031125

From: Appendix 7, Additional analysis of effectiveness

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Adaptive E-Learning to Improve Dietary Behaviour: A Systematic Review and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis.
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Harris J, Felix L, Miners A, et al.
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