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Hi Johnny, in the last version of effsize package, the noncentral option works. It did not before, as reported in the post you suggested. When the noncentral option is set = TRUE, the results from JASP and R are the same. effsize::cohen.d(s…
Hi Johnny, could you help me out here? I have a discrepancy between JASP and cohen.d function (package effsize) in R. The sleep data set is used as example. JASP R effsize::cohen.d(sleep$extra ~ sleep$group, paired = F, hedges.correct…
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Hi, I jump in the discussion maybe a little bit late, but I am actually facing the same issue. I ran some analyses using JASP (BTW, thanks to the team for the amazing software) and reported BF10 in the paper. Now, I would like the reviewers (and …
Hi EJ, thanks for the immediate reply. We have analysed the performance of two small clinical groups (6 training vs 6 controls) across nine time points. Again, it is my understanding that Bayesian approach is more appropriate with small sample…
Hi, I saw the discussion and I thought to join in. I am new to Bayesian analysis and I would like to have a feedback on the Bayesian ANOVA I have just run (see attached image). I am interested in assessing the evidence for the model that inclu…