Andrew Vigotsky writes:
Now that abandoning significance and embracing uncertainty is in the air, we think this package, which runs in R or Stata, may be of interest to both you and your readers.
Concurve plots consonance curves, p-value functions, and S-value functions to allow readers and researchers to get a better feel of the range of values with which their data are compatible. The package is able to do this for everything from mean differences to meta-analytic estimates.
These confidence intervals aren’t really my thing—I prefer a Bayesian approach—but I’m sharing this as it might interest some of you.