[Mediation-information] Mediation in R

Kosuke Imai kimai at Princeton.EDU
Tue Oct 8 22:58:59 CEST 2013

It sounds like you want to do the moderated mediation: see Section 3.2 of this paper http://imai.princeton.edu/research/files/mediationR2.pdf


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On Oct 7, 2013, at 9:31 AM, "Schoenfeld, David Alan,Ph.D.,Biostatistics" <DSCHOENFELD at partners.org<mailto:DSCHOENFELD at partners.org>> wrote:

I am doing a mediation meta-analysis and I am trying to use your software.

The problem is that I have several different studies with somewhat different treatments that all affect the same mediator, and the same outcome but affect them differently.  A reasonable model would have to contain a treatment-study interaction.  I can't figure out how to do that with your R package.
I am trying to estimate the Proportion Mediated and associated p-value and confidence intervals,

I would appreciate any help you would give.


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