Null vs. Alt. Hypothesis
Let me start by apologising for the naive question, but I want to make sure I understand the output of my JASP analysis (and to resolve some disagreement between colleagues). So, we performed a Mann-Whitney Bayesian Independent Samples test. The alt. hypothesis was set to show that the Group 1 and Group 2 are NOT equal (Null obviously, that they are). If we are reporting BF01, and our results show that BF01 = 1.2 is it correct to write: 'The Bayesian analysis yielded BF01 = 1.2, indicating that present sample data are approximately 1.2 times more likely to have occurred under null (no difference) than alternative hypothesis (difference), thus we also do not find clear support for the null.
Again, sorry for simple question and thank you for any help.