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• @AlexanderLy Aah, that worked thanks! I looked in this tab but I didn't think of using shift to combine the factors ðŸ¤¦
Comment by max_gold August 2
• Okay, thank you for the info!
Comment by max_gold July 30
• Hey E.J., Thanks, sounds good! But concerning 2: Where can I find the effect sizes for a repeated-measures ANOVA in JASP? Are they computed for each predictor and interaction or for each model? I'm not sure if it is missing because I'm not entirelâ€¦
Comment by max_gold July 27
• Thanks for the reference to the package! Does anyone have any experiences with using JASP for the analysis but then stan for the effect size estimation? Is there a way to get the "underlying" R code that is used for an analysis that was câ€¦
Comment by max_gold July 17
• Ah okay that makes sense, thanks E.J.!
Comment by max_gold April 12
• I think, I understand the calculation now: P(H1|data) = O(H1)/(O(H1)+O(H0)) = 0.232 / 1.232 = 0.188 P(H0|data) = 1 - P(H1|data) = 0.812 BF10 = P(H1|data) / P(H0|data) = 0.23 Is that correct?
Comment by max_gold April 12
• Ah okay the calculation of the posterior odds makes sense, thanks! But where does the 1.232 come from? Also, 0.188 and 0.812 are P(M|data) in JASP, aren't they? How do I get from that to BF10?
Comment by max_gold April 9
• So, if I have a BF10 of 1.703 and a p(H0i) = 0.5^{2/11} = 0.88 (Westfall); then I multiply BF with p(H0i), which gives me a BF of 1.5; This BF10*p(H0i) is my corrected BF that I report and interpret? Just trying to make sure that I understand corrâ€¦
Comment by max_gold April 9
• Hey, Thanks that was really helpful! Now I know how to adjust my p(H0i), however, I'm a bit lost when it comes to implement this in JASP. It allows me to adjust the distribution of the prior, how do I adjust p(H0i)? Alternatively, how can I calculaâ€¦
Comment by max_gold April 9
• I also have other comparisons for which I would like to run the Wilcoxon and the BF-0 still gives me quite different results. Is there a way to get the correctly working version for my PC? My email is 10maxgold (at) gmail.com https://forum.cogsciâ€¦
Comment by max_gold October 2020
• Okay, will this then be in another release or should I take the BF-0 like EJ is suggesting? Thanks for your help!
Comment by max_gold October 2020
• Sure, my minimal example is the attached data set. I have done a Classical as well as Bayesian one sample t-test and Wilcoxon testing a significant larger value than 50. All but the Bayesian Wilcoxon are significant. https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploadâ€¦
Comment by max_gold October 2020
• Hey, Thanks for your fast reply! Unfortunately, I still have the same issue after updating. Best, Max
Comment by max_gold October 2020