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Samples function in advanced options of RM ANOVA

Hi all,
I was wondering what was actually happening when you select "Manual (no. of samples 10000)" - in stead of leaving it to the Auto setting - in the advanced options of Bayesian RM ANOVA. Is this an analogues bootstrapping setting, like "bayesboot". And if so does this override the need for normally distributed data in your sample?
Thanks of the help, loving JASP so far!!!!


  • EJEJ Posts: 430

    Hi Larry,

    The RM ANOVA requires numerical approximation. When you increase the number of samples (i.e., draws from the posterior) you increase the quality of the numerical approximation. The downside is that the procedure then takes a little longer to run.


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