Galbraith plot

In statistics, a Galbraith plot (also known as Galbraith's radial plot or just radial plot) is one way of displaying several estimates of the same quantity that have different standard errors.wikipedia
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Forest plot

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It can be used to examine heterogeneity in a meta-analysis, as an alternative or supplement to a forest plot.

Statistics

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In statistics, a Galbraith plot (also known as Galbraith's radial plot or just radial plot) is one way of displaying several estimates of the same quantity that have different standard errors.

Standard error

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In statistics, a Galbraith plot (also known as Galbraith's radial plot or just radial plot) is one way of displaying several estimates of the same quantity that have different standard errors.

Homogeneity and heterogeneity

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It can be used to examine heterogeneity in a meta-analysis, as an alternative or supplement to a forest plot.

Scatter plot

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The Galbraith plot is then a scatter plot of each z-statistic (vertical axis) against 1/SE (horizontal axis).