interpreting and reporting results
I am quite new in Bayes analysis and want to make sure that I am interpreting and reporting my results correctly. Let me briefly explain my study. I have two different tests with normative scores.
In my analysis, I have compared the normative scores of each test with my observers' scores. For that I have conducted two one-sample t-test. The results revealed a BF01 of 0.00006244185 for the first test and a BF01 of 8.98 for the second test.
My interpretation: These results reflect that the differences between my observers' scores and the normative scores are 16014.9 (1/0.00006244185) more favored than the null model, for test A. For test B, the lack of differences between my observers' scores and the normative scores is 8.98 more favoured than the differences.
A couple of question about my interpretation. First, is it right? Second, I find confusing reporting BF01 for test A. Would it be possible to report BF10 for test A and BF01 for test B, or is it better to keep consistency? How do you report a big (or small) BF value? I don't find very elegant to report a large number such as BF10 = 16014.9 (or BF01 = 0.00006244185. Could this be reportrted like BF01 < .001, or in a similar way?
Thanks in advance for your help!