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ANOVA analysis of effects

I have just run a Bayesian ANOVA (see attached png files) and in the analysis of effects one of the main effects is reported as infinite. Is this correct?

Cheers

Mark

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  • Hi Mark,

    Can't see the png's, but I think it is the result of rounding. When all of the models with non-zero (up to rounding~) posterior probability include the effect, the summed posterior inclusion probability is 1.0, and the corresponding inclusion BF is infinity. So: a rounding issue. The "real" summed posterior inclusion probability may only be 0.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 or something.

    Cheers,

    E.J.

  • Thanks EJ

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