Bayesian repeated measure ANOVA
A reviewer is asking us to confirm that our null results (i.e., no main effect of group and no group x RG interaction) highlighted trough a regular ANOVA support, or not, the null hypothesis.
We therefore decided to apply Bayesian statistics on the data with JASP. Here is a table of the results.
Would it be correct in this specific case to mention that: "According to Bayesian statistics conducted with JASP, the absence of difference involving the group factor can only be taken as anecdotal evidence given that none of the fitted models are substantially better than the null model (1/3 < all BF10 < 1)"?
Indeed we find that:
- Group vs. null model = 0.805/1 = 0.805 = Anecdotal evidence for H0
- Interaction model vs. null = 0.607/1 = 0.607 = Anecdotal evidence for H0
Would there be anything else to report?
Thanks for your responses,