Methods for combining p-values from several hypothesis tests with the same null hypothesis into one aggregate p-value, such as e.g. Fisher's method and Stouffer's method.

Techniques for combining the outcomes of several independent hypothesis tests with the same null hypothesis into one aggregate outcome. There exist various methods that take a set of $p$-values from individual tests and yield one aggregate $p$-value; two most common ones are Fisher's method and Stouffer's method.

See also .

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