# Questions tagged [bayes-factors]

Given some data and two competing models, Bayes factor is the ratio of probabilities to observe these data under one and under another model.

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### Bayesian Mediation Analysis

I have: 1 binary outcome (0, 1) 1 continuous quantitative mediator 1 continuous quantitative predictor I would like to compute Bayesian mediation analysis with Liu et al. (2023) method. The formula ...
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### How to choose default uninformative prior in the R Package BAS

I'm conducting a Bayesian multilevel logistic regression based on the Rpackage BAS. I'm a beginner in Bayesian statistics. But in bas.glm, I don't understand and I don't know how to specify my prior. ...
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### Bayesian Logistic Regression: default uninformative priors choice on JASP [closed]

I'm currently trying to perform Bayesian logistic regression using JASP. For this, I need to choose a prior distribution. JASP offers the following options: AIC, BIC, EB-local, g-prior, CCH, Beta-...
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### One-tailed Bayesian correlation hypothesis with BFcorrelation, interpretation output?

For the following command: correlationBF(df$var1, df$var2, nullInterval = c(-1, 0)) I get the resulting output ...
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### Calculating Inclusion Bayes Factors Across Different Outcome Variables

I'm conducting statistical analyses to determine the probability of observed data under various models, particularly examining whether models that include specific effects are more probable than those ...
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### Difficulty Obtaining Bayesfactor in Baysian Correlation in R (correlationBF from BayesFactor)

I am relatively new to Bayesian Analyses and am currently working on computing a Bayesian correlation between two measures of affective polarization (val_pvv and ther_pvv) within my dataset (df_clean)....
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### Bayes-Poincaré solution to the Behrens-Fisher problem 2: calculations for Jeffreys’ priors [closed]

In a previous post Bayes-Poincaré solution to k-sample tests for comparison and the Behrens-Fisher problem?, the classical Bayesian and likelihoodist solutions to 2-sample tests for comparison and the ...
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### Bayes-Poincaré solution to k-sample tests for comparison and the Behrens-Fisher problem?

I’d like to share and submit for (dis)approval and discussion yet another, simple but original (to the best of my knowledge) Bayesian solution to the classical problem of comparing k samples or groups,...
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### Bayes factors in R for correlated proportions (such as a "Bayesian McNemar's test")

Is there any way to get Bayes factors in R for correlated proportions (i.e., paired sample)? For example, the same group of 90 people is measured with one technique, then with another; once there are ...
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### Likelihood ratio to quantify the similarity between one sample with two other matched samples

I conducted a study with 3 conditions and N subjects. All subjects performed all conditions once. I would like to know if the first condition is similar to the second or third condition. Formally, ...
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### Bayes factors and predictive accuracy in model comparison in rstan / brms

Despite reading up on the subject, I can't wrap my head round it, so the question remains on shaky grounds, and responses along the lines of "read chapter x" are very welcome. What I'm doing is I'm ...
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