Can I say "H1 for red trials (BF = 15) is 5 times more likely than H1 for green trials (BF = 3)"?
First of all, thanks a lot for the great tool that is JASP and the great support that you created around it!
I've got a simple question:
In a 2 (red/green trials) x 2 (congruent/incongruent trials) within-subject design :
H0 = congruency has no effect on performance.
H1 = congruency has an effect on performance.
When computing BF separately for green and red trials I get a BF of 15 for red trials and a BF of 3 for green trials. With these results, am I correct to state that H1 is 5 times more likely in red trials than in green trials?
If I am incorrect to state that, would I be correct to state more simply that "H1 for red trials is more likely than H1 for green trials"? (assuming a large superiority of one BF over the other, e.g., more than 5 times)
Thanks in advance!