Design your plot by adding labels, asterisks or values for the plot.
Indicates whether a sector refers to treatments without data on the outcome within the circle.
Note: If "grey" option was selected from color palette, the only available option is "yes" to avoid confusion between the white cells (highest ranking value (100%)) and the white cells without data.
The asterisk symbol in the plot.
Indicates whether to show the values of each sector.
Referred to the included treatments across the sectors of circles. Should be one of:
"letters"= for alphabetical characters.
"default titles"= the first row of the dataset (names of the treatments).
"numbers"= for numerical values.
To present or not the legend with the names of the treatments.
Note: The outcome legend is always presented by default
Here is an example of how the data must be.
Risk Ratio effect measure and the Odds Ratio effect measure need to be presented on the log-scale in the input dataset.
NNT CI should make sense, i.e. lower values for CI_low and higher values for CI_high, because the transformation from another treatment effect (TE) to NNT may cause such problems.
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