Systematic reviews have studied rather than reports as the unit of interest. So,many reports of the same study need to be identified and linked together before or after data extraction
· Different Sources of data
· Data Extraction Tools
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An Academic presentation by
Dr. Nancy Agnes, Head, Technical Operations, Pubrica
WHAT ARE THE
DIFFERENT SOURCES OF
DATA USED TO EXTRACT
FOR WRITING A
Different Sources of Data
Data Extraction Tools
Systematic reviews have studied rather than reports as the unit of interest. So,
many reports of the same study need to be identified and linked together
before or after data extraction. Because of the growing abundance of data
sources (e.g., studies registers, regulatory records, and clinical research
reports), review authors can determine which sources can include the most
relevant details for the review and provide a strategy in place to address
contradictions if evidence were inconsistent throughout sources.
Systematic analyses seek to find all important trials to
their study issue and synthesise information about the
design, risk of bias, and outcomes of those studies.
As a result, a systematic study is heavily dependent
on interpreting and analysing evidence from these
For systematic analyses, data collected should be
reliable, complete, and available for future updating
and data sharing.
The methods used to make these choices must be straightforward, and they
should be selected with prejudgments and human error in mind.
We define data collection methods used in systematic reviews, including data
extraction directly from journal articles and other case study reports.
Sources of Data
1. Journal articles are the bulk of data in
systematic reviews that comes from
It's worth noting that a thesis can be
published in many journal papers, each
reporting on a different part of
research (e.g. design, main results, and
2. Abstracts from conferences are widely
abstracts are extremely subjective in
terms of efficiency, precision, and level