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Eta^2 in Bayes

Dear E.J.,

I just realized, there are two ways in the Bayesian ANOVA to produce R^2: There is model averaged R^2 and Single model inference R^2. What I'm looking for, is Eta^2 produced by a Bayesian ANOVA analysis. Would it be correct to report the model averaged R^2 = Eta^2?

Thanks for your help,

Jan

Comments

  • Hi Jan,

    Hmm this is a tricky one. I guess it depends on what model you are using for inference. Although I can't imagine that in practice the difference will be very large.

    Cheers,

    E.J.

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