Maximum possible Bayes Factor
I've been doing bayesian repeated measures ANOVA, where I take a number of samples of 900.000 (as to have as little error as possible). I use the standard priors, as I want to include that I think all models are equally likely to explain the data. I have 3 levels for my RM Factor and another between-factor of 2 levels.
Calculating the Bayes Factors for all possible models compared to the null model, it shows me bayes factors of 50 million big? Is that possible?