Make Interactive 'PRISMA' Flow Diagrams

Systematic reviews should be described in a high degree of methodological detail. The 'PRISMA' Statement calls for a high level of reporting detail in systematic reviews and meta-analyses. An integral part of the methodological description of a review is a flow diagram. This package produces an interactive flow diagram that conforms to the 'PRISMA2020' preprint. When made interactive, the reader/user can click on each box and be directed to another website or file online (e.g. a detailed description of the screening methods, or a list of excluded full texts), with a mouse-over tool tip that describes the information linked to in more detail. Interactive versions can be saved as HTML files, whilst static versions for inclusion in manuscripts can be saved as HTML, PDF, PNG, SVG, PS or WEBP files.


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install.packages("PRISMA2020")

0.0.3 by Neal Haddaway, 2 months ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/PRISMA2020


Authors: Neal Haddaway [aut, cre] , Luke McGuinness [aut] , Chris Pritchard [aut]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


MIT + file LICENSE license


Imports DiagrammeR, DiagrammeRsvg, htmltools, htmlwidgets, rsvg, scales, shiny, shinyjs, stats, stringr, utils, xml2, webp, DT, rio, tools


See at CRAN