BF package: null interval
I have a directional hypothesis I want to test with ttestBF (R-BayesFactor-package) using a half-Cauchy prior. According to the documentation the null interval can be used to test a directional hypothesis and should contain the lower and upper bounds of the interval hypothesis to test. The null interval should be in standardized units but I'm not quite sure what is meant by standardization here.
For example, I have a dataset in which the values can theoretically be between 0 and 1. Most of the values are, however, around chance which is 0.25 or above. The hypothesis I want to test is which values are larger than chance (I don't want to test whether anything is smaller than chance). So the null value of the mean is 0.25. Should my nullInterval be [0.25, 1] or something else (because of the standardization)?
Any help very much appreciated.