I'd like to calculate Bayes Factor for two exponential datasets, testing $H_0: \lambda_1 = \lambda_2$ against $H_1: \lambda_1\not=\lambda_2$, and here comes the prior probability $\pi$ for all $\lambda$'s.
Question. How I choose a prior $\pi$ for $\lambda$'s if I want it to be non-informative?
My exponential data models depressive symptoms total score so I guess that prior for $\lambda$'s should have some kind of connection to this, right? I was thinking about flat prior $\pi$ ~ $U[0,1]$.
I am aware of the existence of Jeffreys prior, but as I have learnt from here they're not to be applicable here, 'cause this prior is improper (or 'too improper' for computing Bayes Factors).