Generously funded by NSF awards:
  DBI-1262402 (J.Gurevitch), DBI-1262442 (B.Wallace), DBI-1262545 (M.Lajeunesse)

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How to cite OpenMEE:

Wallace, Byron C., Marc J. Lajeunesse, George Dietz, Issa J. Dahabreh, Thomas A. Trikalinos, Christopher H. Schmid, and Jessica Gurevitch. (2016) OpenMEE: Intuitive, open-source software for meta analysis in ecology and evolutionary biology." Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2016).

New build News

April 19, 2016
New El Capitan Build posted.

November 15, 2015
New builds posted. Now supporting OSX El Capitan

September 22, 2015
New builds posted. bug fixes, new weighted histogram data exploration functionality

March 3, 2015
New builds posted. Bug fixes mostly

December 20, 2014
Working build for OSX Yosemite posted (10.10)

November 2, 2014
New builds posted. First build for MacOSX Yosemite (10.10)

September 21, 2014
New builds posted. Regression coefficient plots. Added various proportion-related metrics and unstandarized mean difference. Randomized meta-analyis and meta regression. Bug Fixes.

May 1, 2014
New builds posted. Regression plot for univariate meta-regression, bug fixes. You can now run the program from anywhere, not just where you have write permissions so feel free to put it in Program Files or /Applications. Can annotate points in scatterplots, fix for small sample degrees of freedom in multiple imputation, special regression output.

April 3, 2014
New builds posted. Lots of new features: new select covariates window, additional values are optional, R command log via "Through the looking glass menu option", optional to save analysis selections, interactions possible in meta-regression, 2x2 contingency table, two-model comparison, phylogenetic meta analysis, imputation of missing data, multiple-imputation meta analysis