Diamond plots are a way of working with confidence intervals in a user friendly manner. They visualise the confidence intervals, which makes it easy to compare them without focusing on the very inaccurate point, upper, and lower bound estimates.
Diamond plots are introduced in a paper under peer review at Health Psychology Bulletin. This paper and the associated repositories are available here:
The supplementary file to this paper is hosted at GitHub and displayed in a iFrame below.
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