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interpreting error percentage

Hi all,

I would like to consult this forum, and check that I understand how to interpret the error percentage presented with the Bayes factor values.

If I understand the JASP manual correctly, the error percentage is the percentage to which the BF value can increase or decrease due to Monte-Carlo simulation noise randomisation. So, for example, if I have a BF10 value of 14.150 and an 28.539% error percentage, it means that upon recomputation, the BF10 can fluctuate approximately between 10 to 18 (14.150*0.285= approximately 4.05).

Is that a correct interpretation?

Thank you very much,

Lior

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