Do we need to report Frequentist analyses when using Bayesian inference?
On the manual of BayesFactors, the only times you use frequentist inference is as a means of facilitating comparison. In The New Statistics: Why and How, Geoff Cumming wrote:
- Whenever possible, avoid using statistical significance or p values; simply omit any mention of nullhypothesis
significance testing (NHST).
But I have found many papers saying that they obtained certain BF supporting the null or alternative hypothesis. Is it possible to obtain all the information needed for publishing a paper, by using **only ** the BayesFactors package? I haven't tried JASP so I don't know how much they differ from each other in terms of the information one can get using each one.