Computation details - ttests and correlations
I'm using Bayesian statistics for the first time on Independent Samples T-Tests and Kendall's Rank Correlations on JASP.
After I presented the results to my colleagues, one of them responded with the following comment : ''Before presenting any Bayesian analysis results, you need to present convergence diagnostics. In the methods you need to state how many MCMC simulations you ran, and in the results you need to show that the models converged.''
A recent paper (Kruschke, 2021) presented reporting guidelines and mentionned the importance of this information. They suggested reporting the Potential Scale Reduction Factor (PSRF or R-hat) and the ESS (number of steps).
I have looked everywhere I could think of for these values but have not found them in JASP options and outputs.
Thank you for your guidance,