Takes pairs of Pearson r's (correlation coefficients) and the accompanying n's (sample sizes) and returns their average.
averagePearsonRs(rs, ns, FishersZ = TRUE)
- The correlation coefficients.
- The sample sizes.
- Whether to compute the average through Fisher's z (only method implemented as of the writing of this document).
averagePearsonRs(c(.3, .4, .6), c(70, 80, 50));
Looks like there are no examples yet.