Taking the average of replication Bayes factors
I am doing a simulation study to evaluate some statistical properties of replication bayes factor. Suppose I simulate an original study and then simulate a number of exact replication studies (e.g., n=5) based on the original study's parameters and obtain replication bayes factors for each replication study. Is it a good idea to take the average of the replication bayes factors to obtain a mean replication bayes factor?
I understand that there could be outliers and taking the average when outliers exist may not be a good idea. If so, does the median work? Or should I first take the log of the replication bayes factors and then take the average of the logBFs? Or are there other ways to obtain an average replication BF?