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Cohen's d and Bayes Factor

It seems they should be related since d is the size of the effect and is related to the difference between means, and Bayes Factor is the ratio of Alternative likelihood to Null likelihood, and Alternative likelihood should be related to the difference between means. Is there a formula? Or Correlation?


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