CMA (comprehensive meta-analysis) workshop is where I started my structured learning of meta-analysis.
In addition to learning basics of meta-analysis, the workshop also trains you on how to use the software.
Check out the website for more information: https://www.meta-analysis.com/index.php
CMA (comprehensive meta-analysis) software is the only one I know how to use.
I think it has an easy-to-use interface.
I know at least two friends who have learned the software by themselves without attending the workshop.
So, its not impossible and you will find many tutorial videos on CMA website and on youtube.
MAC users note that CMA software does not work on macOS.
Our team works best remotely at each person's convenience.
Google-drive, google-document, google-sheet have been our best friends.
Team members can work simultaneously in real-time and follow each others edits.
There are multiple reference managers, paid and unpaid.
I have been spoilt by using EndNote for sometime, however it's a paid software.
An advantage is that the librarian sends back the formal literature search as an EndNote file, which makes my work easier.
Check it out: https://endnote.com/
Other one is zotero: https://www.zotero.org/
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I have not personally tried these apps/ websites, but have heard great things about them.
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