A Microsoft-Excel-based tool for running and critically appraising network meta-analyses—an overview and application of NetMetaXL

@inproceedings{Brown2014AMT,
  title={A Microsoft-Excel-based tool for running and critically appraising network meta-analyses—an overview and application of NetMetaXL},
  author={Stephen T. Brown and Brian Hutton and Tammy Clifford and Doug Coyle and Daniel T. Grima and George A Wells and Chris Cameron},
  booktitle={Systematic Reviews},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundThe use of network meta-analysis has increased dramatically in recent years. WinBUGS, a freely available Bayesian software package, has been the most widely used software package to conduct network meta-analyses. However, the learning curve for WinBUGS can be daunting, especially for new users. Furthermore, critical appraisal of network meta-analyses conducted in WinBUGS can be challenging given its limited data manipulation capabilities and the fact that generation of graphical… CONTINUE READING

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