[All] ALL-IN meta-analysis: I submitted my Ph.D. dissertation!

Foto credits:     Marjolein van Sommeren (conceptualization), Kilian Lafleur (digital edit),
Rinske ter Schure (photographer), Thomas de Jong (photographer), Elsa ter Schure (photographer), Arnold ter Schure (encouragement)


I submitted my Ph.D. dissertation to the committee! The title?


ALL-IN meta-analysis


Introduction.pdf

Chapter 1 is based on a paper that is under review at F1000 and available on ArXiv:

Judith ter Schure and Peter Grünwald. ALL-IN Meta-analysis: Breathing Life into
Living Systematic Reviews. arXiv:2109.12141. 2021. Link.

Chapter 2 is based on a paper that is available on ArXiv:
Judith ter Schure, Muriel F. Pérez-Ortiz, Alexander Ly and Peter Grünwald. The Safe
Logrank Test: Error Control under Continuous Monitoring with Unlimited Horizon.
arXiv:2011.06931. 2021. Link.

Chapter 3 is based on a paper that is published at F1000:
Judith ter Schure and Peter Grünwald. Accumulation Bias in Meta-analysis: The
Need to Consider Time in Error Control [version 1; peer review: 2 approved].
F1000Research, 2019. Link.

Chapter 4 is based on a blogpost at The Replication Network:
Judith ter Schure. Accumulation Bias: How to Handle It ALL-IN. The Replication Network.
2020. Link.

Chapter 5 is based on a blogpost at The Replication Network:
Judith ter Schure and Peter Grünwald. Accumulation Bias: How to Handle It As a
Bayesian. The Replication Network. 2021. Link (pdf).

Chapter 6 is based on an article that is accepted for publication in STAtOR:
Judith ter Schure, Alexander Ly and Peter Grünwald. Pandemic Preparedness in Data
Sharing: Lessons Learned from Collaborating in a Live Meta-Analysis. (Link available soon.)

Discussion & Bibliography.pdf