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Nothing is wrong (although...see below). If you test whether two groups are different, and all you see are data from one of the groups, the BF should remain exactly 1. I …
This is a "BayesFactor"-specific question, so I can't answer it confidently. It appears to me that you have several different (crossed) factors, so a linear mixed model wou…
Unfortunately this is not yet possible. We are aware of the limitation and we are working on a comprehensive solution that allows all plots to be edited. But it may take a wh…
If you send me an Email I can forward you the internship report by a student, Tim de Jong, who worked on this.
Interesting example! Here's my take on what's going on here. Basically, there is no contradiction. Yes, the credible interval just overlaps with zero, but that does not mean …
Thanks MSB, I forgot this for a moment
Ah, this is something that Tim did for us.
Tim is on a trip around the world and may rejoin us, but that will take a few more months. Of course our JASP/R code online should demonstrate how t…
BF_m quantifies the change from prior odds to posterior odds.
Here I'd select "compare to best model" and then BF_01 for display, and you'll see how many times better the "openness" only mode…
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