|The posterior distribution, showing complete distributions of the difference of means (right middle), the difference of standard deviations, the effect size (right bottom), and posterior predictive check (right upper).|
And here is a video about how to install the software and run it.
• Full programs that accompany the article:
Get the BEST programs from this zip file (updated 02 December 2015). Be sure to unzip (extract) the zip file after it is saved on you computer. For information about running the programs, see the comments at the top of the file BESTexample.R.
The programs now include a version for estimating the parameters of a single group. The 1-group version is named BEST1G.R. See the example in BEST1Gexample.R and this blog post.
For information about installing the software (R, JAGS, rjags, and RStudio), see the instructions at this blog post.
A video about software installation and running an example is here.
• Re-packaged version for R:
There is a re-packaged version of the BEST programs with some enhanced functionality and better adherence to R-world conventions, created by Mike Meredith. Please see the simple installation instructions and examples at this blog post. (05 June 2013)
• Programmed in Python:
A version for Python has been created by Andrew Straw and is available at this link.
• For Matlab:
A version for Matlab has been created by Nils Winter and is available at this link.
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|The model: Likelihood and prior distribution.|