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General info how to interpret results

edited January 2016 in JASP & BayesFactor


Are there any short summaries or overviews for Bayesian tests (t-test, ANOVA, and correlations) that describe which values are important and what they mean (in delineation of the p-value e.g. p-value and a BF value and their interpretations and misinterpretations?)

Thank you very much!


  • EJEJ
    edited 5:26AM

    Hi Markus,

    We are working on a series of books and manuals that explain exactly this. For now your best source for information is the papers that Richard and I have produced. We have published on Bayesian test for regression, ANOVA, t-tests, and correlations, always with code and concrete examples. But I agree it is a little all over the place, and it would be worthwhile to bring the material together in book form. For my articles see Also, note that we will run a JASP course in Amsterdam where most of these issues will be explained:


  • edited 5:26AM

    Thank you very much E.J.!
    I think I should participate in the workshop.

    Great work!

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