It is often challenging to present the available evidence in a timely and comprehensible manner. We aimed to visualize the evolution of evidence about antidepressants for depression by conducting cumulative network meta‐analyses (NMAs) and to examine whether it could have helped the selection of optimal drugs. We built a Shiny web application that performs and presents cumulative NMAs based on R netmeta. We used a comprehensive dataset of double‐blind randomized controlled trials of 21 antide...Expand abstract
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Visualizing the evolution of evidence: Cumulative network meta‐analyses of new generation antidepressants in the last 40 years
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