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Scoping Reviews

Specialised advice for planning, researching and writing Scoping Reviews.

Data extracting

In scoping reviews data extraction process is referred to as data charting, providing a descriptive summary of the results.This is often presented as a table or chart.

Further guidance regarding charting the data, including the key information to to be extracted and examples of the charting process is available from:

Data extraction tools

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