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JASP: p = .047, BF = 1.0


So I analyzed my data (a simple two group comparison) with JASP following NHST and BHT. NHST gives me a p of .047, while the BF is 1.0 (evidence is not in favor of either hypothesis). How can I best interpret this? I want to report both BHT as NHST in my paper. Do you have any good papers on this topic that could help in explaining this to my readers (who are usually not statisticians or methodologists)?


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