The bayesmeta package implements a Bayesian random-effects meta-analysis, in which several estimates are combined to a joint outcome, while allowing for a certain amount of heterogeneity between individual results. This web application provides access to the basic functionalities, some more options are available in the original R package. For a brief introduction see also the package vignette, the bayesmeta documentation, or the following article:
In the panel on the left you may specify prior settings, and in the "data" tab above you can input data. Once you are done, hit the "compute" button on the left. You may then inspect the results in the other tabs above.
You need to enter the data to be analyzed below. First specify the number of studies (k), then fill in estimates yi and associated standard errors σi in the "y" and "sigma" columns. You can also provide labels for each entry.
Alternatively, you can also use one of the provided example data sets to get started. Data may also be imported from (or exported to) a 3-column CSV file. For an example, see e.g. this data set.