Credible Intervals in the Descriptive Statistics window
This is probably a naive question but would appreciate some insight here.
I see that JASP outputs 95% credible intervals for a test statistic (correlation, t-test) and the interpretation of that is something along the lines of "given the data, the test statistic has a 95% probability of falling within the lower and upper bounds"
However, what I am struggling with is the 95% credible intervals that are outputted in the descriptive statistics table of an ANOVA. Is the interpretation of the 95% credible interval in this descriptive table something along the lines of "95% of my observed data is within the lower and upper bounds".