This package provides an implementation of Bayesian model-averaged t-tests that allows users to draw inference about the presence vs absence of the effect, heterogeneity of variances, and outliers. The RoBTT packages estimates model ensembles of models created as a combination of the competing hypotheses and uses Bayesian model-averaging to combine the models using posterior model probabilities. Users can obtain the model-averaged posterior distributions and inclusion Bayes factors which account for the uncertainty in the data generating process. User can define a wide range of informative priors for all parameters of interest. The package provides convenient functions for summary, visualizations, and fit diagnostics.

See our manuscripts for more information about the methodology:

- Maier et al. (2022) introduces a robust Bayesian t-test that model-averages over normal and t-distributions to account for the uncertainty about potential outliers,
- Godmann et al. (2024) introduces a truncated Bayesian t-test that accounts for outlier exclusion when estimating the models.

We also prepared vignettes that illustrate functionality of the package:

The release version can be installed from CRAN:

```
install.packages("RoBTT")
```

and the development version of the package can be installed from GitHub:

```
devtools::install_github("FBartos/RoBTT")
```

Godmann, H. R., Bartoš, F., & Wagenmakers, E.-J. (2024). *A truncated
t-test: Excluding outliers without biasing the Bayes factor*.

Maier, M., Bartoš, F., Quintana, D. S., Bergh, D. van den, Marsman, M.,
Ly, A., & Wagenmakers, E.-J. (2022). *Model-averaged Bayesian t-tests*.

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