Very important suggestion: More plotting options!
Hi. Thanks for developing JASP. It's an amazing tool both for classic and Bayesian stats.
I've been following the development of JASP (and Jamovi) since it began, many years ago, and while I congratulate you for your outstanding work, I'm quite surprised that some analyses don't count with a good number of plotting options. For instance (and especially), Repeated Measures ANOVA. Allegedly, this is one of the most widely used models in behavioural and cognitive (neuro)science (among many other disciplines) - especially when there's an experimental design that constraints the variance and makes it less likely to lose data. However, running RM ANOVAs in JASP is quite senseless sometimes - If you don't have a sufficient number of plotting options, you won't be able to export an EPS file that is good enough to be further edited in image editor software to create publication-quality figures. Inevitably, with RM ANOVAs you often find yourself going back to SPSS or R's ggplot2 to do everything from scratch.
In my field (cognitive neuroscience), I know many people who love JASP but in the end only use it to calculate Bayes factors because of this extremely important plotting limitation.I would strongly suggest you to add more plotting options to RM ANOVAs, like you did to GLM/MEM in these latest versions (like 0.13 just released).
Another suggestion (but this one is less important), it would be great if you could add options to precisely adjust plot size. You can do it by hand by clicking and moving the mouse, but it would make it easier if one could adjust plot size by determining length x height to be sure that all the plots to be exported are the same size. It makes things much easier in Illustrator or Photoshop later on.
Thanks again and I hope you'll consider the suggestions of this enthusiastic JASP user! 😊
PS. Since this is a suggestion, not an issue, I didn't know where to put it in GitHub so I posted it here instead.