Plot small-study effects analysis

plot_small_study_effects(x, save = FALSE, path, format = ".png")

## Arguments

x |
an object of class meta |

save |
A boolean to indicate whether to save the plot to disk. |

path |
Path to write to. It has to be a character string indicating the path and file name (without the extension). For example, `~/Documents/small_study_effects` will save `small_study_effects.png` to the `Documents` folder. |

format |
The file extension that you want to save the plot to. Only `.png` , is supported. |

## Value

a plot.

## Examples

#> ────────────────────────── * VO2max meta-analysis * ──────────────────────────

#> ✔ 'Overall'

#> ✔ └─ Performing meta-analysis

#> ✔ └─ Performing sensitivity analysis

#> ✔ └─ Meta-analysis results are robust! Keep going!

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Population subgroup

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Age subgroup

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Training Duration subgroup

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Men Ratio subgroup

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Type of Exercise subgroup

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Baseline subgroup

#> ✔ Performing meta-analysis and meta-regression on the Type of HIIE subgroup

#> ────────────────────────────────── * DONE * ──────────────────────────────────

# Plot small-study effects results
results$meta_analysis$Overall %>%
plot_small_study_effects()