Table of prior distribution
I would first like to mention I am very new to JASP and bayesian statistics!
I want to use bayesian statistics in my study to complement the usual null hypothesis testing. I have found several null findings, and when running the data through a repeated measures (mixed) ANOVA in JASP, I get a a BF10 of 0.005, which I interpret as strong evidence for the null hypothesis of no effect (in my case).
I however "just" used default priors (of 0.5) as I wasn't able to calculate an informed prior myself (unsure which articles to base on). What I did instead, was run the analysis a few times with different priors set to: 0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 and 1.
I made a small table out of this to demonstrate that even with changing priors, the BF10 stays <0.3.
I interpreted this that even if we assume a small or large effect, the null hypothesis of no effect seems most likely true.
Is this a correct/accepted approach? Am I missing something?