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• hello don, thank you very much for responding. can JASP do the two methods you mentioned? let me show you a snippet of the b0 and b1 means https://forum.cogsci.nl/uploads/620/JXLNMYQFQXZE.png i wonder if you could show me how to do the two methods. …
• hello E.J., thanks a lot for your help. i will check it out. cheers
Comment by narcilili October 2021
• hello jaspers, i used JAGS module in JASP to estimate the posterior slope of a simple linear regression model with a specific prior from the literature of 3.04. the analysis showed a posterior slope of 2.99. I wonder if someone could share R code to…
Comment by narcilili October 2021
• hello E.J., thanks for the reply. i will read your paper and try to work it out. thanks a lot. cheers
Comment by narcilili October 2021
• Hello E.J., Thank you for the quick reply and explanation. I look forward to future projects in JASP. Cheers, Narcilili
Comment by narcilili August 2020
• Dear JASPERs, I think I got the answer to my own questions. The interpretation is the same for Bayesian and frequentist intercepts and slopes except that Bayesian intercept is a 95% HDI distribution with mean 163.50 and the Bayesian slope is a 95% H…
Comment by narcilili January 2020
• Dear E.J., Thank you for your clear explanation. I would like to ask if it is possible to use Bayesian JASP for a randomized complete block design for two way ANOVA? Or an RCBD split-plot two way ANOVA? I would like to convince some agriculturists t…
• hi again, I think I got it regarding my question earlier today. I used the P(M|data) of the best model which is density + season as the numerator and the P(M|data) of the other models as the denominator. so, to compute BF01 for density + season + …
Comment by narcilili October 2019
• Hello JASPers, I am trying to understand how to compute the values in the Bayesian anova table below. I understand that P(M) means that the prior probabilities of the five models are equal and are obtained by 1/5. I also understand that P(M|data) re…
Comment by narcilili October 2019