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why do the "flag supported correlations" start with BF above 10?

Hi

I want to use Bayes factor analysis of a Pearson's correlation. When using the "flag supported correlations" it uses stars for BF above 10. I would like to know and cite that this is the praxis but cannot find where this is discussed anywhere. From my understanding for other test such as independent sample t-test the praxis has been to use BF above 3 to claim support for either of the H1 or H0. Is there any reason for this? I can not find any source that discusses it.

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