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Extraction

Extraction enables you to gather quantitative data from underlying studies. In short, after configuring your Interventions and Data Elements on the Configure Study Tags page, you can extract dichotomous, categorical, or continuous data across any number of timepoints from all included studies.

Configuring Data Elements

Before Extracting, you need to configure data elements. To learn how, click here.

Extracting Data

To learn how to extract data at the study level, click here.

Dual Extraction

Using this feature, two people can extract the same data simultaneously so that it can be adjudicated by a third party. It is analogous to how dual screening works, in that the data collected are final only after this adjudication process. To learn how to configure and carry out Dual Extraction and, click here.

Viewing and Exporting Data

Once you have extracted data, you can view it in Quantitative Synthesis, and Export it in Custom Tables or in bulk.

Risk of Bias

For any nest you extract, you may consider completing a Risk of Bias survey to reflect data quality across the studies you included in your review. Learn how here.

wiki/autolit/extraction.txt · Last modified: 2022/07/05 18:19 by kevinkallmes