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Hello! I'm not on the JASP team, but there's a paper called "The JASP Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting a Bayesian Analysis", if you look that up, you can find what you need. I've also found "Bayesian Inference for Psychologists…

That's exciting! :)

Are there any updates on Bayesian logistic regression in JASP? I would be keen on it as well.

Ah! I just found this, will delete my post with the same question.

Dear both, thank you for this elaboration. I'm facing a similar issue to Thalia. One of my predictors is likely going to be categorical but it will have four levels. Is this acceptable? Also, in the ANCOVA, random factors do not produce post hoc tes…

Hi EJ and Alexander, sorry for my delayed reaction to this and thank you so much for your kind help. It took me two or three reads to fully get the picture but the little lightbulb in my head just came on. I just wanted to say how much I apprec…

Hi, I have typed it out and no results. It doesn't change anything at all. I am not sure what is going on? (

Hi MAgoJ, I'm really sorry, but I copypasted what you wrote and it still does this:

Unfortunately, it seems to not be working. I copypasted the lavaan code for the Bollen example and it is not running or providing results.

Hi, MAgoJ, the lavaan tutorial I posted is exactly the one provided in your other pos, haha. Thank you!

I've never used Lavaan before. Would it be copypasting this code but substitute with my own variable names? http://lavaan.ugent.be/tutorial/sem.html I'm teaching Advanced Quantitative Methods and I've been using JASP for almost everything so fa…

Hi E.J., thanks for the quick response! How do I do SEM in JASP? I've had a brief look but was unsure how to run the analysis. I don't have questionnaire data in my data set so I can't run the factor analyses. How does it work? Thanks so much! …

Hi EJ, sorry to bother you again. I did as you suggested so I now have this output, but I'm struggling to wrap my head around it. Since we are comparing all other models to the best model (FriendliestMostPopular+JobKnowledge) and the null mode…

Hi E.J. Sorry for my delayed response – I'm on holiday and haven't had much access. The reference is here: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03610919808813485 I hope this helps and thank you so much for the feedback! Oh yeah and:…

I was using R to begin with and my analyses currently are based on the R ShapiroWilk tests. Was using them to determine which inferential stats to use. So I'll report the R ones for now but please do let me know what happens with the difference bet…

Thank you. I was mildly confused by SPSS and R differing but I expected JASP to be the exact same as R because I knew it 'runs on R'. This is for my thesis. How do I know which one of them to report? I've got some cases where one of them shows S…

Hi E.J. Yes, I have understood that. But what I'm wondering how to explain what the model means. If you have a single main effect model, you can say 'Season affects Mood' for example. If it's an interaction you can say 'Season affects Mood dependin…

The file with the screenshot I wanted to upload has repeatedly failed to upload...I hope this link works! https://ibb.co/b4juVk

Oh dear! I'm so new to the forum, haha. I've added you as a reading contributor, I hope that worked. :) Meanwhile, I have a slightly different question. I remember you saying that there "is such a thing as too many pizza plots", hence JASP doesn…

Hi E.J., I've just uploaded the file into the OSF: https://osf.io/zxukj/ If you scroll all the way down in the file, you can see two ttests with the identical variables but in different order. I've annotated them, too. Many thanks! Anna

Hi E.J., Thank you so much! I've read your Part I and Part II Introductions and found them very helpful. I've considered sticking to default priors, just been worried I might get criticised for not having subjective priors because in my field th…