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Bayesian t-test median and 95% CI estimates

edited April 23 in JASP & BayesFactor

Hi there,

I've ran some Bayesian independent samples t-tests in JASP, and found that the median and 95% CI estimates change very slightly each time I run the analysis. The two figures attached were the same analysis ran on the same data. Can anyone tell me why there's always a slight variation in these estimates please?

Thanks

Chris Brydges


Comments

  • Hi Chris,

    The computation of these quantities requires a numerical procedure, and this comes with (very small) additional fluctuation.

    Cheers,

    E.J.

  • Hi E.J., thanks for the response.

    Chris

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