3rd. Hinne, M., Gronau, Q. F., Bergh, D., & Wagenmakers, E. J. The Bayes factor and credible interval have different purposes and can yield different conclusions. The fat-tailed Cauchy distribution is a popular default choice because it fulfills particular desiderata, see (Jeffreys, 1961;Liang, German, Clyde, & Berger, 2008; Ly et al., 2016; Rouder, Speckman, Sun, Morey, & Iverson, 2009) for details. it underlies common Frequentist and Bayesian statistical methods. One of the greatest strengths of JASP is its synergy with Bayesian … Consequently, if the data are in line with the one-sided prediction, the one-sided alternative hypothesis is rewarded with a greater gain in plausibility compared to the two-sided alternative hypothesis; if the data oppose the one-sided prediction, the one-sided alternative hypothesis is penalized with a greater loss in plausibility compared to the two-sided alternative hypothesis. In short, a Bayes factor of 5 in favor of H+ (i.e., the positive directional alt. An alternative is to learn the parameters for all candidate models and then combine the estimates according to the posterior probabilities of the associated models. In jasp-stats/MetaAnalysis: Meta-Analysis Module for JASP Bayesian Meta-Analysis. We observed that HS impaired the expression of the extinction memory following 16 exposures. Proceedings of the 3rd international workshop on distributed statistical computing, Vienna, Austria. However, only presenting conditional posterior distributions can potentially be misleading in cases where the null hypothesis remains relatively plausible after seeing the data. two-sided depends on the research question at hand and this c, theoretically justiﬁed prior to the study. However, it seems prudent to assess the robustness of the result by also conducting the Bayesian Mann–Whitney U test (van Doorn, Ly, Marsman, & Wagenmakers, 2020) on the fuse times. When the goal of the analysis is hypothesis testing, it is key to outline which, hypotheses are compared by clearly stating each h. corresponding subscript in the Bayes factor notation. The JASP guidelines for conducting and reporting a Bayesian analysis, $$ \begin{array}{@{}rcl@{}} \underbrace{ \frac{p(\mathcal{H}_{1})}{p(\mathcal{H}_{0})}}_{\text{Prior odds}} \times \underbrace{ \frac{p(D \mid \mathcal{H}_{1})}{p(D \mid \mathcal{H}_{0})}}_{\text{Bayes factor}_{10}} = \underbrace{ \frac{p(\mathcal{H}_{1} \mid D)}{p(\mathcal{H}_{0} \mid D)}}_{\text{Posterior odds}} \end{array} $$, $$ \begin{array}{@{}rcl@{}} \underbrace{ p(\theta)}_{\underset{\text{about $\theta$}}{\text{Prior belief}} } \times \overbrace{\underbrace{\frac{p(\text{data} \mid \theta)}{p(\text{data})}}}^{\underset{\text{ of specific } \theta}{\text{Predictive adequacy}} }_{\underset{\text{adequacy across all } {\theta}'s} {\text{Average predictive }}} = \underbrace{ p(\theta \mid \text{data})}_{\underset{\text{about $\theta$}}{\text{Posterior belief}} }. The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 41, 214–226. for the continual updating of knowledge, Ba, to monitor evidence as the data come in, and stop whenever they like, for any. This is an important type of robustness check because the choice of prior can sometimes impact our inferences, such as in experiments with small sample sizes or missing data. However, this threshold naturally increases with the magnitude of the Bayes factor. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Since \(p({\mathscr{H}}_{1} \mid D) = 0.7\) (i.e., the data provide support for \({\mathscr{H}}_{1}\) over \({\mathscr{H}}_{0}\)), about 70% of the unconditional posterior mass is comprised of the posterior mass under \({\mathscr{H}}_{1}\), indicated by the gray mass. When the goal is to ascertain the presence or absence of an effect, we recommend a Bayes factor hypothesis test (see Box 1). In order to avoid these and other pitfalls, we recommend that researchers who are doubtful about the correct interpretation of their Bayesian results solicit expert advice (for instance through the JASP forum at http://forum.cogsci.nl). Morey, R. D., Hoekstra, R., Rouder, J. N., Lee, M. D., & Wagenmakers, E. J. It promotes open science by integration with the Open Science Framework and reproducibility by integrating the analysis settings into the results. Harold Jeffreys’s default Bayes factor hypothesis tests: Explanation, extension, and application in psychology. hypothesis testing, a one-sided hypothesis yields a more diagnostic test than a, but the observed eﬀect turns out to be negative, all of the posterior mass will, The next step in model speciﬁcation concerns the type and spread of the. This Psychonomic Bulletin & Review In order to capture the uncertainty of the estimate, an x% credible interval can be reported. Note that the .jasp file retains the settings that were used to create the reported output. Note that these classifications should only be used as general rules of thumb to facilitate communication and interpretation of evidential strength. misconception is to conduct a “hypothesis test” by inspecting only credi-, precise hypotheses using conﬁdence interv, frequently sees testing done by forming a conﬁdence region for the param-, eter, and then rejecting a null value of the parameter if it does not lie in the, of 3 provides some support for one hypothesis over another, but should. For hypothesis testing, we compare the null hypothesis (i.e., advance visual information has no effect on fuse times) to a one-sided alternative hypothesis (i.e., advance visual information shortens the fuse times), in line with the directional nature of the original research question. Following the assumption check, we proceed to execute the analyses in JASP. This is a large benefit to competitors like SPSS or Stata, as these do not offer such a wide range of Bayesian methods and are more … These conditions featured an incongruent position between the cursor and the target, with the cursor trajectory, rotated 30° counterclockwise, requiring the participant to adapt their movement to hit the target. resources are presented in an incremental order, starting with theoretical foundations and moving on to applied issues. In JASP, the relevant references for specific tests can be copied from the drop-down menus in the results panel. For this analysis we used the Bayesian t test framework proposed by (see also; Jeffreys, 1961; Rouder et al., 2009). Oxford University Press. (2018). of the analysis, regardless of whether the result is conclusive or not. (2014). A graphical representation of a Bayes factor classification table. When both hypothesis testing and estimation procedures have been planned and executed, there is no predetermined order for their interpretation. The left panel shows the unconditional prior distribution, which is a mixture between the prior distributions under \({\mathscr{H}}_{0}\) and \({\mathscr{H}}_{1}\). All rights reserved. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, p 25. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 301–308. the eﬀect can be either positive or negative). inference and testing any hypothesis you can specify, conceptual introduction to Bayesian model av. Article Descriptive plots allow a visual assessment of the assumptions of the t test for the stereogram data. Without assessing the prior plausibility of the model assumptions, it remains fully uncertain whether the model of interest gives an adequate description of the data and thus whether it can be considered valid for the application at hand. JASP is a free, open-source alternative to SPSS that supports both classical and Bayesian analyses We will analyze the SCR CS+/CS- difference for 21 subjects using the Bayesian one sample t-test We used the Cauchy prior with the default scale parameter of 0.707. In S. Kotz, N. Balakrishnan, C. Read, B. Vidakovic, & N. L. Johnson (Eds.) However, the more the informed priors deviate from the default priors, the stronger becomes the need for a justification (see the informed t test example in the online appendix at https://osf.io/ybszx/). Vandekerckhove, J., Rouder, J. N., & Kruschke, J. K. PsyArXiv, March 5. Bayesian analysis is that one can compute an. For parameter estimation (under the assumption that the effect exists), we use the two-sided t test model and plot the posterior distribution of δ. Typically in multiverse analyses these three decisions would be crossed, resulting in at least eight different analyses. (2020). indicate the numeric robustness of the result. In cases where assumptions are violated, an ordinal or non-parametric test can be used, and the parametric results should be interpreted with caution. Dependent on the goal of the analysis and the statistical model, different data preprocessing steps might be taken. Moreover, the Q-Q plots show that the normality assumption of the t test is untenable here. The lack of age differences was present regardless of the induction, showing no interactions. on the log-transformed fuse time data and, Mann-Whitney U test), which is robust to non-normality and unaﬀected by the, information has no eﬀect on fuse times) to a one-sided alternative hypothesis. Both figures from JASP. Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which permits use, sharing, adaptation, distribution and reproduction in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons licence, and indicate if changes were made. However, in our experience there exist persistent misinterpretations of Bayesian results. Testing and estimation are not mutually exclusive and may be used in sequence; for instance, one may first use a test to ascertain that the effect exists, and then continue to estimate the size of the effect. a priori (i.e., a uniform prior distribution on the correlation parameter). which assumptions ought to be satisﬁed by the data. JASP offers a graphical user interface for both frequentist and Bayesian analyses. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Haaf, J., Ly, A., & Wagenmakers, E. (2019). Google Scholar. The amplitude of ERPs did not change in the other two groups. An important question is, how do we construct a noninformative prior? Bayesian inference for psychology. In recent years, Bayesian inference has become increasingly popular, both in statistical science and in applied fields such as psychology, biology, and econometrics (e.g., Andrews & Baguley, 2013; Vandekerckhove, Rouder, & Kruschke, 2018). In all cases, we recommend to provide a complete description of the prior specification (i.e., the type of distribution and its parameter values) and, especially for informed priors, to provide a justification for the choices that were made. where assumptions are violated, an ordinal or non-parametric test can be used. First, because the Mann–Whitney U test is unaffected by the log transformation, the log-transformed and raw fuse times yield the same results. Plummer, M. (2003). Error was modelled using a three-component mixture model to probe different aspects of performance (precision, guess-rate, and non-target errors). A., Madigan, D., Raftery, A. E., & Volinsky, C. T. (1999). ... Then, a Bayes factor hypothesis test was used to quantify the evidence the relative evidence for the null hypothesis (i.e., absence of a difference between the two experiences) in comparison with the alternative hypothesis (i.e., difference between the two experiences). JA, Introduction Central in Bayesian statistics is Bayes' theorem, which can be written as follows: ß(`jx) / f(xj`)ß(`): Given the likelihood function f(xj`) and the prior ß(`), it is easy to calculate the posterior distribution of `, ß(`jx), which is used for doing inference. Furthermore, we recommend to include, if available, the Bayes factor robustness check discussed in the section on planning (see Fig. Should this test reveal support in favor of the presence of the effect, then we have grounds for a follow-up analysis in which the size of the effect is estimated. With the analysis outcome in hand, we are ready to draw conclusions. Secondly, some analyses in JASP currently provide only a Bayes factor, and not a visual representation of the posterior distributions, for instance due to the multidimensional parameter space of the model. The JASP Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting a Bayesian Analysis Johnny van Doorn∗1, Don van den Bergh1, Udo B ohm1, Fabian Dablander1, Koen Derks2, Tim Draws1, Nathan J. Evans1, Quentin F. Gronau1, Max Hinne1, Simon Kucharsky 1, Alexander Ly1,3, Maarten Marsman1, Dora Matzke1, Akash R. Komarlu Narendra Gupta1, Alexandra Sarafoglou1, Angelika Stefan1, Jan Updating the unconditional prior distribution to the unconditional posterior distribution for the stereogram example. A widely accepted view on statistical inference is neatly summarized by Fisher (1925), who states that “it is a useful preliminary before making a statistical estimate \(\dots \) to test if there is anything to justify estimation at all” (p. 300; see also Haaf, Ly, & Wagenmakers, 2019). ), where it can be viewed by collaborators and peers, The posterior median is popular because it is robust to skewed distributions and invariant. Parameter values that predicted the data relatively well receive a boost in plausibility, whereas parameter values that predicted the data relatively poorly suffer a decline (Wagenmakers, Morey, & Lee, 2016). As mentioned at the beginning of ‘IV. Bayesian inference for psychology. In order to examine what sampling plans are feasible, researchers can conduct a Bayes factor design analysis (Schönbrodt & Wagenmakers, 2018; Stefan, Gronau, Schönbrodt, & Wagenmakers, 2019), a method that shows the predicted outcomes for different designs and sampling plans. Carpenter, B., Gelman, A., Hoﬀman, M., Lee, D., Goodrich, B., Betancourt. Steegen, S., Tuerlinckx, F., Gelman, A., & Vanpaemel, W. (2016). The video is available to all members. Heart rate data during the experience were also used. A common misconception is to conduct a “hypothesis test” by inspecting only credible intervals. The right output panel shows the corresponding analysis output. https://www.cogsci.nl/blog/interpreting-bayesian-repeated-measures-in-jasp In conclusion, there is moderate evidence for the presence of an effect, and large uncertainty about its size. In the current study, we investigated age-related differences in the episodic specificity of spontaneous thoughts using experimenter-based coding of thought descriptions. A powerful demonstration of the dangers of failing to check the assumptions is provided by Anscombe’s quartet (Anscombe, 1973; see Fig. Mann-Whitney U test (van Doorn et al., 2019) on the fuse times. Thus, we hypothesized that after extensive extinction training (10 exposures), HS would lead to recovery from extinction (when the new inhibitory memory is dominant at the time of HS exposure). lustration of this, see Figure 6 for a comparison between one-sided and a, In order to avoid these and other pitfalls, we recommend that re-, searchers who are doubtful about the correct interpretation of their Bay, results solicit expert advice (for instance through the JASP forum at, a consequence of this work is that more attention will be paid to the precise statement of the, answer depends not only on the observations but on the question; it should be a platitude”. A tutorial on Bayes factor design analysis using an informed prior. ... As a supplement, we will conduct and report a Bayesian analysis based on existing guidelines. Examples of modifications include division of hypotheses, analyses, and conclusions into 3 groupings (primary, secondary, and exploratory) and some changes to the section on meta-analysis. such as the mode or the mean, are also in common use. The third term indicates the posterior beliefs about . Bayesian veterans sometimes argue that Bayesian concepts are intuitive and easier to grasp than frequentist concepts. Article Planned primary analysis: The primary analysis will follow an intent-to-treat approach. transparency through a multiverse analysis. Etz, A., & Wagenmakers, E. J. moderate, and Bayes factors greater than 10 are considered strong evidence. transformation, the log-transformed and raw fuse times yield the same results. The principled approach to Bayesian hypothesis testing is by means of the Bayes factor (e.g., Etz & Wagenmakers, 2017; Jeffreys, 1939; Ly, Verhagen, & Wagenmakers, 2016; Wrinch & Jeffreys, 1921). What to include in the report depends on the goal of the analysis, regardless of whether the result is conclusive or not. panel shows the unconditional prior distribution, which is a mixture, the unconditional posterior distribution, after updating the prior dis-, tion is determined by the posterior model probabilities, the unconditional posterior distribution provides information about, rescaled such that the height of the dotted line and the highest point, of the gray mass reﬂect the prior (left) and posterior (right) model. In planarians, as seen in rodents, natural reinforcers (sucrose) and drugs of abuse support Conditioned Place Preference (CPP), which is a form of Pavlovian learning to examine the rewarding effects of natural reinforcers and drugs of abuse. The prior and posterior plot is explained in more detail in Fig. Despite the increasing popularity of Bayesian inference in empirical research, few practical guidelines provide detailed recommendations for how to apply Bayesian procedures and interpret the results. The posterior median is popular because it is robust to skewed distributions and invariant under smooth transformations of parameters, although other measures of central tendency, such as the mode or the mean, are also in common use. Conducting and interpreting an analysis in JASP is straigthforward and guided by an intuitive interface with lots of buttons for explanations, while assumptions of a wide variety of tests can be included into the main analysis via a single mouse click. centage indicate greater numerical stabilit. The evidence for the alternative hypothesis is relatively stable across a wide range of prior distributions, suggesting that the analysis is robust. Generally, when we say “prior distribution” or “posterior distribution” we are following convention and referring to such conditional distributions. Third, we do not know which observations were excluded by (Frisby & Clatworthy, 1975). Bayes factor design analysis: Planning for compelling evidence. of parameter estimation, where the goal is to estimate the size of the population, procedures have been planned and executed, there is no predetermined order, when there is something to be estimated” (Wagenmak, and ﬁrst test whether an eﬀect is present, and then estimate its size (assuming, the test provided suﬃciently strong evidence against the n, estimate the magnitude of an eﬀect, and then quantify the degree to which, this magnitude warrants a shift in plausibilit, If the goal of the analysis is hypothesis testing, we recommend using the, provides a dreadful account of three out of four data sets, y, There can be no hard Bayes factor bound (other than zero and inﬁnity), for accepting or rejecting a hypothesis wholesale, but there have been some, attempts to classify the strength of evidence that diﬀerent Bay, the Bayes factor deviates from 1, which indicates equal support for, 3 are considered to be weak, Bayes factors between 3 and 10 are considered. (2015). Statistical science, 382–401. ceptable for both groups and there are no apparent outliers. The guidelines for each stage are illustrated with a running example. This distribution can also be summarized by a 95% central credible interval. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible purchase. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Johnny van Doorn, Don van den Bergh, Udo Böhm, Fabian Dablander, Tim Draws, Nathan J. Evans, Quentin F. Gronau, Julia M. Haaf, Max Hinne, Šimon Kucharský, Alexander Ly, Maarten Marsman, Dora Matzke, Akash R. Komarlu Narendra Gupta, Alexandra Sarafoglou, Angelika Stefan & Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, Nyenrode Business University, Breukelen, Netherlands, University of California, Irvine, California, USA, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA, You can also search for this author in The purpose of this guidance is to discuss important statistical issues in Bayesian clinical trials for medical devices. First, for some frequentist analyses, the Bayesian counterpart has not yet been developed or implemented in JASP. Because evidence for excitatory and inhibitory learning depended on change scores being different from 0 (or not), we used Bayesian analyses to determine evidence for the unidirectional (one-sided) alternative BF +0 or null BF 0+ hypotheses (Rouder et al., 2009; ... Lower values are indicators of greater numerical stability of the results. factor of 10 with a 50% error percentage could be expected to ﬂuctuate between 5 and 15, of 1000 a 50% reduction would still leave us with o, This is an example report of the stereograms. Psychological Methods, 22, 240–261. This study provides a neurophysiological underpinning for the dissociative effects of punishment feedback on motor learning. Performance error and event-related potentials (ERPs) time-locked to feedback presentation were calculated for each participant during both conditions. Etz, A. Although the guidelines are geared towards analyses performed with the open-source statistical software JASP, most guidelines extend to Bayesian inference in general. Correspondence to Clyde, M. A., Ghosh, J., & Littman, M. L. hypotheses about chances, the order of a Markov chain. For Python, a popular package for Bayesian analyses is PyMC3 (Salvatier, Wiecki, & Fonnesbeck, 2016). http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/BayesFactor/index.html. Linee guida per eseguire, interpretare e riportare i risultati di anlisi statistiche bayesiane This could be considered a large change. Addressing the prior plausibility of the model assumption is unavoidable if the goal is to determine how plausible it is that the model assumption holds. Second, we discuss the results for parameter estimation. Matzke, D., Nieuwenhuis, S., van Rijn, H., Slagter, H. A., van der Molen, M. W., & Wagenmakers, E. J. 6.1 Bayesian Simple Linear Regression. There also appear to be a number of potential outliers in both groups. The data are available online at https://osf.io/5vjyt/. However, as the Bayes factor is the updating factor from prior odds to posterior odds, proponent and skeptic ought to change their beliefs to the same degree (assuming they agree on the model specification, including the parameter prior distributions). Due to model misspecification (i.e., non-normality, presence of outliers, and unequal variances), we applied a log-transformation to the fuse times. Anscombe, F. J. Finally, we assessed the data from the reinstatement test by comparing each group to a theoretical zero using one-sample ttests. For hypothesis testing it is usually the case that the alternative hypothesis posits a specific direction. Here we see that the log-transformed dependent variable is more appropriate for the t test, due to its distribution and absence of outliers. This extension of Bayesian meta-analysis allows researchers to adjust for publication bias when conducting model-averaged meta-analysis. Kass, R. E., & Raftery, A. E. (1995). prior distributions, this indicates that the analysis is relatively robust. Forty participants took part in the study and were assessed on self-reported anxiety and mood levels before and during the virtual reality (VR) experience of a relaxing video in computer graphics or shot in 360°. This work was supported in part by a Vici grant from the Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research (NWO) awarded to EJW (016.Vici.170.083) and an advanced ERC grant awarded to EJW (743086 UNIFY). We generally recommend error percentages below 20% as acceptable. What are the odds? In both panels, the dotted line and gray mass have been rescaled such that the height of the dotted line and the highest point of the gray mass reflect the prior (left) and posterior (right) model probabilities. work proposed by Jeﬀreys (1961, see also Rouder et al. (2017). The introduction is geared toward reviewers, editors, and interested researchers who are new to Bayesian statistics. Throughout the paper, we present three boxes that provide additional technical discussion. For parameter estimation, we recommend to always use the two-sided model instead of the one-sided model: when a positive one-sided model is specified but the observed effect turns out to be negative, all of the posterior mass will nevertheless remain on the positive values, falsely suggesting the presence of a small positive effect. Overall, our evidence suggests that spontaneous retrieval is a promising strategy to support episodic specificity in aging. (2020). BF10 indicates the Bayes factor in favor of \({\mathscr{H}}_{1}\) over \({\mathscr{H}}_{0}\), whereas BF01 indicates the Bayes factor in favor of \({\mathscr{H}}_{0}\) over \({\mathscr{H}}_{1}\). -test, due to its distribution and absence of outliers. The probability wheels further underscore the continuous scale of evidence that Bayes factors represent. BayesFactor 0.9.11-1. Practical examples of the Bayesian interim analysis for clinical trials are provided to illustrate the methods. This result indicates moderate evidence in favor of \({\mathscr{H}}_{+}\). Following a review of extant reporting standards for scientific publication, and reviewing 10 years of experience since publication of the first set of reporting standards by the American Psychological Association (APA; APA Publications and Communications Board Working Group on Journal Article Reporting Standards, 2008), the APA Working Group on Quantitative Research Reporting Standards recommended some modifications to the original standards. to introduce the topic to students at a conceptual level. 7 for an example). (2018). JASP is an open-source statistical software program with a graphical user interface that features both Bayesian and frequentist versions of common tools such Thus, strictly speaking there is no Bayesian need to pre-specify sample size at all (e.g., Berger & Wolpert, 1988). vague, or diﬃcult to elicit (for more information, see Ly et al., 2016). Several new modules are included that report standards for observational studies, clinical trials, longitudinal studies, replication studies, and N-of-1 studies. Here we offer specific guidelines for four different stages of Bayesian statistical reasoning in a research setting: planning the analysis, executing the analysis, interpreting the results, and reporting the results. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 781. The four scatterplots in the top panel show Anscombe’s quartet (Anscombe, 1973); the bottom panel shows the corresponding inference, which is identical for all four scatter plots. One such classification scheme is shown in Figure 4. JASP menu for the Bayesian two-sample t test. The practical guidelines provided in this. After consulting our guide, the reader should understand how and why Bayesian methods work, and feel able to evaluate their use in the behavioral and social sciences. The estimate of the effect size here is a function of the Bayes factor, showing that estimation and model comparison can be unified. Liang, F., German, R. P., Clyde, A., & Berger, J. alized linear mixed models to analyse reaction time data. results of the Bayesian Mann-Whitney U test. alternative hypothesis is rewarded with a greater gain in plausibility compared to the t, alternative hypothesis; if the data oppose the one-sided prediction, the one-sided alternative, hypothesis is penalized with a greater loss in plausibility compared to the two-sided alternativ, important type of robustness check because the choice of prior can sometimes, impact our inferences, such as in experiments with small sample sizes or missing, range of prior distributions, allowing researchers to quic, to which their conclusions depend on their prior, analysis and the statistical model, diﬀerent data preprocessing steps might be, a transformation to normality (e.g., the logarithmic transformation) might be, are when and how outliers may be identiﬁed and accoun, are to be analyzed, and whether further transformation or combination of data. An example of such a plot is given later in Figure 7. 2 also look acceptable for both groups and there are no apparent outliers. van Doorn, J., van den Bergh, D., Böhm, U. et al. En règle générale, les analyses de variance sont exécutées à l’aide de statistiques fréquentistes, où les valeurs p déterminent la significativité statistique en termes de « tout ou rien ». JASP 0.10.2 features the following Bayesian analyses: the binomial test, the Chi-square test, the multinomial test, the t test (one-sample, paired sample, two-sample, Wilcoxon rank-sum, and Wilcoxon signed-rank tests), A/B tests, ANOVA, ANCOVA, repeated measures ANOVA, correlations (Pearson’s ρ and Kendall’s τ), linear regression, and log-linear regression. Figures from JASP. Numeric results can be presented either in a table or in the main text. Introduction to the concept of likelihood and its applications. and given the model we speciﬁed, we can be 95% certain that the true value of. 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