Formalized processes and guidelines for authors, including authors' preferred modes of communication, such as email or public records, require a minimum of two periods of at least one month for each method of communication (see Item 18). Customize this guideline for group spaces simply by multiplying the frequency by two. For example, one month of email communications is too quick a turnaround after publication and two months of the traditional method (e.g., postal mail) is too slow to provide optimal transparency. Despite the best intentions of authors and the reasonable expectation of reviewers, it is unlikely that any systematic review will reach a pristine completion that is guaranteed to be error-free. Therefore, when systematic reviews are completed and published, experience has shown that there is a great probability that errors will exist. Our recommendation is to indicate that the review team accepts the risk that systematic reviews will contain errors and to include a clear statement about what constitutes an acceptable level of error. Barring error, the best editors are humans, and humans make mistakes. To ensure that the published systematic review is as reliable as possible, the center or institute conducting the review should maintain or edit the systematic review and ensure quality control over every step of the process from initial data sources (searching, compiling the search, citation management, etc.) to the interpretation, synthesis, and dissemination of the findings.
The instruction “summary(ExpY)” gives an estimate of how “Income” scales with “Age.” A model with an intercept that is not significant provides no evidence of any age-related effect on income. A model in which only age itself is significant provides strong evidence that income rises with age, a pattern sometimes called the “inverted U”.
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