computational running time JASP: ANCOVA
My aim is to run a Bayesian linear regression in order to derive the evidence in favour of the null hypothesis. That is, my interest is to substantiate that the null finding observed in the frequentist approach to the linear regression (i.e. I observe a null finding using classical p-value based inference) is indeed a true null finding or whether it is one that has a small effect size and cannot be detected.
Method: Given that the regression's predictors include categorial variables, I seem unable to use the 'JASP Bayesian regression' so I am forced to use the 'JASP Bayesian ANCOVA. My dependent variable is continuous variable, the covariate of interest is categorical (binary) variable and I've set this in the 'fixed group effects section', and then I have an additional 14 covariates which I add to the 'covariates' section. The n=1526. I have set the Bayes Factor to B01 and am comparing to the null model.
Problem: the analysis has been running for days (3) and still no result. Is this normal?