Bayesian paired t-test gone weird?
I am currently trying to run Bayesian paired t-tests in JASP. I am comparing the average hours of daylight (hours between sunrise and sunset) across the days of July in two different places, Hornsund and Edinburgh. In Hornsund, the average hours of daylight is always 24 because the sun doesn't set. In Edinburgh, the average is roughly 15hrs.
For some reason, when I entered the data with Hornsund first and then Edinburgh into the paired t-tests, it told me that it couldn't calculate this because there was a "TRUE/FALSE value missing". I went into my data set and discovered that indeed, I had failed to enter the 24 for July 31. I fixed this in Excel and went back to JASP. I re-ran the test but by mistake entered Edinburgh as the first variable, then Hornsund. Now it computed the test results. So I was happy. However, because for all the other t-tests (sunlight in Hornsund/Edinburgh in different months) I had entered Hornsund first I wanted to be a bit OCD and swapped the variables around in the July analysis. This got me the same error message as before. Changing them to Edinburgh-Hornsund again gave me results...
What am I doing wrong here...?