Design your plot by adding labels, asterisks or values for the plot
With "SUCRA" or "Probability" of being the best" (values ranging between 0 and 100) referring to SUCRA values or the probability of being the best.
With "rank" referring to median or mean rank of the included treatments.
"color": the scale consists of the transformation of three colors red (0%), yellow (50%), and green (100%)
"grey": a dark grey corresponds to the smallest ranking value (0%) and a light grey corresponds to the highest ranking value (100%).
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
Indicate whether you want the plot to follow the default order (according to their performance across all outcomes and the treatment availability), or by the order given in the uploaded file.
If you are setting up the order in your file, the treatment on the first column will show up where '1' is listed below in the image. Column 2 will appear where the '2' is in the image, and the final column in the uploaded file will show up to the right of '1', where the '10' is located.
Data with columns corresponding to the treatments included in the network meta-analysis and rows corresponding to the studied outcomes.
Note: Due to the way the tool converts the file, please avoid using commas in your treatment and outcome names so that the data can be displayed correctly. Please make sure your treatment and outcome names are labeled.
Here is an example of how the data must be in the file.
The first row should present the names of the treatments, and the first column should present the names of the outcomes. All values should be between 0 and 100.
Note: Outcomes that no ranking statistic is reported for a specific treatment should be left empty (e.g., do not add NA)
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