Wolfgang Viechtbauer

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… to my website. Below you can find my contact information and office address (with directions). In case you are wondering who the heck I am, you could consider reading my (not so really) short profile.

On this site, you can also find my curriculum vitae, a list of my publications and presentations, links to some software I (co)authored, and information about a number of courses I teach on a semi-regular basis (e.g., a meta-analysis course, an introduction to R course, and an ESM data analysis course). I also do regular live streams on R and statistics in case you are into that sort of thing.

You might also be here because of the metafor package (a free and open-source add-on for conducting meta-analyses with the statistical software environment R), which I am the author of. More information about the package and its ongoing development can be found on the metafor package website.


Mailing Address

Wolfgang Viechtbauer
Department of Psychiatry and Neuropsychology
School for Mental Health and Neuroscience
Faculty of Health, Medicine, and Life Sciences
Maastricht University, P.O. Box 616 (VIJV1)
6200 MD Maastricht, The Netherlands

Office Address

Room SN.2.041 (second floor)
Vijverdalseweg 1 (SN building)
6226 NB Maastricht
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Contact Info

Tel: +31 (43) 388-4170
Fax: lol - this isn't 1990 anymore
E-Mail: wvb (at) wvbauer (dot) com

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News

2022-11-07: Like many other people, I am migrating from Twitter to Mastodon. My profile there can be found here (or search for me under @wviechtb@scholar.social). Hope to (re)connect with you there!

2022-09-22: I just gave a talk as part of the workshop Open Science: Promoting transparency & replicability in research at the University of Tübingen. I talked about meta-analysis, how it relates to open science, and described various methods for addressing publication bias. The slides from my talk can be found here (and there is also a small R script to illustrate some of the techniques that I described during the talk here).

2022-08-09: I will teach my three-day meta-analysis course again this year, on November 2-4. For further details, see here.

2022-07-19: The next batch of live streams have been scheduled (see here for the schedule).

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