Evaluating and reporting the quality of Bayes analyses reported by JASP
Hello. Can one of the JASP team please explain to me how to check whether output from a Bayesian analyses in JASP (such as independent sample t-tests or repeated measures anova or correlation pairs, etc.) are based on MCMC analyses that have converged are otherwise of satisfactory quality?
If there is lack of convergence, my understanding is that the BFs etc may not be reliable? Do JASP Bayesian estimation routines automatically check for convergence in some way and give an error message if there is a problem? For researchers (especially those like me that are new to the Bayesian approach) how can the quality of the reported Bayesian estimates most easily be judged and how should this be reported in published research based on JASP to satisfy journal reviewers?
Another question: How does one interpret the reported error percentage in the output tables?