Question about summary stats
First of all, thanks for a great JASP course earlier this week!
I have two questions about the new summary stats module. I am not 100% sure how JASP calculates the BF for an existing correlation from just the sample size and the Pearson's r-value. Does this mean that for every sample of X and r-value of Y the BF is Z?
Also, could I use the summary stats module to create a qualitative meta-analysis? I was thinking about calculating the BF for correlations in a given domain and then calculating the percentage of them that exceed a BF=10 to assess the strength of evidence across studies. Do you think this would be a legitimate approach to go?