## User: tesfadej2003

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... Thank you very much.
The example data and forest plot which I want to optimize it found on the link below.
https://www.r-bloggers.com/r-and-meta-analysis/ ...

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... Thank you very much.
Now, I have edited my question and make it more explanatory. ...

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... I am constructing a forest plot using 'rmeta' package in R.
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model.FE4 <- meta.MH(totemploy, totunemploy, employbfed, unemploybfed, names=Studies,
data= employmentcomplete)
tabletext<-cbind(c("","Studies", model.FE4$names,NA,"Summary"),
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written 2.1 years ago by
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... One of my friends advised me to use forecast package in R.
install.packages("forecast")
library(forecast)
lambda2<- BoxCox.lambda(dataname$variablename, method = "loglik", lower = -20, upper = 20)
Then, if lambda (λ);
λ = 1.00: no transformation needed; produces resul ...

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... First of all, thank you very much. I have seen both links you mentioned.
I have non-normally distributed continuous outcome variable. Therefore, I need to transform to a normal distribution using an appropriate method that is selected based on Box-Cox transformation coefficient (λ) value. The [deci ...

written 2.7 years ago by
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... Hello all,
I want to transform one variable, which is skewed, to a normal distribution. An appropriate transformation method should be decided based on Box-Cox transformation coefficient (lambda) value. However, I couldn't calculate in SPSS or R.
Anyone who have experience?
Thanks in advance. ...

written 2.7 years ago by
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... Yes indeed, that minor preprocessing is probably using Perl program. However, I am not familiar with Perl. What a pity.
I would be grateful if you would have the command line/script.
Thank you so much for your time. ...

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... Hi All,
I have the file "1000GP_Phase3_combined.legend".
I want to create a binary (*.bed, *.bim, *.fam file) PLINK file. Does anyone have experience?
Thank you in advance.
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written 2.8 years ago by
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C: PCA Scatterplot matrices in R

... Yes, you are correct.
However, I want the scatter plot of top 10 axes of population variation (eigenvectors).
It looks like the figure in the link [example][1]
[1]: http://www.statmethods.net/graphs/images/spmatrix1.jpg ...

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... Hi,
I have the first 10 eigenvectors from Eigenanalysis (PCA) of the genotype data.
Now, I want to see the correlation and Scatterplot matrices of 10 principal components in R.
Does anyone have experience, who would help me?
Thank you. ...

written 2.8 years ago by
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