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I suppose my thinking was as follows If we take the levenes test in the frequentist model...it appears that it is essentially a oneway ANOVA across each groups deviation from the mean Example 1: 3 separate groups https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/3…

If you have two groups...one strategy might be to take the F value from the Levene's test...square root it to turn it into a t value...and then use the "summary stats" feature within JASP.

Thank you for the response and Congratulations!!!

Thank you both for your help.

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This post has been very helpful for me. So if I understand this correctly...i can take the posterior distribution from a previous study similar to the one I am currently doing and use that as my new prior. i.e. use the median from their posterior…

Thank you EJ.