Grouped forest plot

mr_forest_plot_grouped(
name,
eff_Col = "b",
exposure_Name = "exposure",
outcome_Name = "outcome",
forest_Title = "",
outfile_Name = "annot_FP.pdf",
left_Col_Names = c("Exposure", "Outcome"),
left_Col_Titles = NULL,
right_Col_Names = c("p", "Outcome.n.case", "Outcome.n.control",
"Outcome.sample.size"),
right_Col_Titles = NULL,
debug = FALSE,
log_ES = FALSE,
decrease = TRUE,
returnRobj = TRUE,
se_Col = "se"
)

## Arguments

name (character) name of the delimited file containing all of the results on the first sheet (needs to have headers), or of the r object. (character) name of the column in the delimited file that contains the effect sizes. (character) name of the column in the delimited file containing the types of studies. (character) name of the column in the delimited file containing the names of each study. (character) the title to be used for a forest plot. (character) name to be used for output file (.pdf) or (.wmf). (character vector) vector containing the names of the left-hand-side annotation columns in the delimited file. (character vector) vector containing the titles for each left-hand-side annotation column. (character vector) vector containing the names of the right-hand-side annotation columns in the delimited file. (character vector) vector containing the titles for each right-hand-side annotation column. (logical) show warnings TRUE/FALSE? (logical) perform natural log transform of effect sizes and confidence bounds TRUE/FALSE? (logical) sort the studies by decreasing effect sizes TRUE/FALSE? (logical) return the graph as an internal R object TRUE/FALSE? (character) name of the column giving the standard error of the effect sizes.

## Value

grid object giving the forest plot (or plot as pdf)