The protocol for the Open-Meta demonstration project, Effect of daily vitamin D3 supplementation on human health and performance; protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis, has been published on PROSPERO – the International Prospective Register of Systematic Reviews. I thought registration was immediate, but I submitted the information on March 23 and I received notice that the registration had been accepted yesterday, April 2.
Yikes. I am constantly mixing up “systematic” review and “structured” review. For the record, there are structured abstracts and structured data, but structured reviews aren’t a thing.
In the last paragraph of my And how… post I mentioned using iframes to display something from another web site embedded inside this one. Here’s a sample of what this might look like, although in actual use you’d hide the red border. Here I display it so we can see the dimensions of the iframe and where it’s positioned on the page.
Since this project is a dissertation, I had to get the approval of my Institutional Review Board (IRB). These boards make sure you are treating your project’s human subjects ethically.
When one of my kids was about six, a friend spent a day teaching him how to ski. At the end of the afternoon she took him to the top of a short but steep hill and assured him he could now ski down it. He looked down the hill then up at her and asked, “But why?”
Hi, I’m Tom. Back when I was a Boy Scout, to get the 1st Class badge, you had to learn Morse Code, the language of telegraphs. Yes, this was awhile ago. Telegraphs made just one sound, so your options were a short sound (aka dit), a long sound (aka dah), and silence.