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This package automatically estimates 11 effect size measures from a well-formatted dataset. Various other functions can help, for example, removing dependency between several effect sizes, or identifying differences between two datasets.

This package is mainly designed to assist in conducting a systematic review with a meta-analysis but can be useful to any researcher interested in estimating an effect size.


You can install the released version of metaConvert from CRAN with:



The metaConvert package was written by Corentin J Gosling, Samuele Cortese, Marco Solmi, Belen Haza, Eduard Vieta, Richard Delorme, Paolo Fusar-Poli and Joaquim Radua. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
You can use metaConvert for freeā€¦ but please cite our work ;-)

Citation: Gosling CJ, Cortese S, Solmi M, Haza B, Vieta E, Delorme R, Fusar-Poli P, & Radua J. (2024). metaConvert: An Automatic Suite for Estimation of 11 Different Effect Size Measures and Flexible Conversion Across Them. R package version 1.0.0.
To obtain a bibtex version of this citation in R, type

citation(package = "metaConvert")