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BF_10,U

Can anyone tell me what the ", U" stands for in the "BF_{10, U}" column in the posthoc tests in Bayesian ANOVAs? Thanks.

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  • EJEJ Posts: 372

    We should include that information in a footnote. The "U" stands for "uncorrected", so it is the BF from a t-test on the two pertinent conditions.
    Cheers,
    E.J.

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