A silly question about symbolics
I am currently writing a paper that contains a rather large correlations table, writing the BF for all of them would simply be too much...
Where normally classic hypothesis testing would indicate which correlations are significant with an asterisk (*), I have encountered a problem: I wish to indicate which correlations have strong evidence in their favor (say BF>10) but also which correlations have strong evidence against them (say BF<0.1).
I have searched around, but could not find that this has been done before. Does anyone one know of a paper I can take inspiration from?
I though of * for BF>10 and † for BF<0.1, but I feel as this would be confusing, since † is usually used when results "approach significance" (0.1>p>0.05).