Bayes with ordinal data
As Bayes is assuming normal distribution of the residuals, I would also assume that it should only be performed on interval scale data, therefore having the same assumptions as its frequentist counterpart (which is often said just that way, I just never found the requirement written down that the data should also be interval scale).
- Can I also rely on the Bayesian ANOVA results if my data is ordinal?
- I have my DV labelled as ordinal in JASP - am I right that this is not considered when I perform a Bayesian ANOVA? Or does this change the procedure to a rank-based analysis?
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