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HELP -- Jack-knife technique and bad data

Discussion in 'Student Research and Publishing' started by Modanq, May 8, 2007.

  1. Modanq

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    Hey all. I thought I would ask a general question regarding some data that I am having trouble with.

    Basically I have a sample of data collected from a meta-analysis.

    So I have 30 studies. However, only 29 studies report the mean age. I was wondering if someone knows how to get the final data point based on statistical jack knifing (suggestion) or extrapolation using regression analysis. Basically how do I analyze my data to give me one more data point.
    I understand that adding a new point will induce more error in the overall value but thats Ok.

    IS this possible!!!

    Please help... I am about to get published... And this is the last part.
     
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