McNemar and rank-biserial correlation
Hi guys, I notice that your non-parametric paired samples test (Wilcoxon signed-rank) uses the rank-biserial correlation as a measure of effect size. Could you point me to some literature to indicate this is a defensible measure? I know there is a way to calculate a Cohen's d if you know the standardised test statistic and N (https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/…/f…/stcp-marshall-WilcoxonS.pdf) but that this is also not an ideal way to proceed (http://core.ecu.edu/…/w…/docs30/Nonparametric-EffectSize.pdf), so it would be good to get something to support the R-BC instead.
Also, does JASP offer the McNemar test, or an equivalent?