Likelihood Ratio for Mixed Results
Shiny app accompanying: Lakens, D., & Etz, A. J. (2017). Too true to be bad: When sets of studies with significant and non-significant findings are probably true. Social Psychological and Personality Science. https://osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/nnkg9
When the observed results are equally likely under H0 and H1, the likelihood ratio is 1. Benchmarks to interpret Likelihood Ratios suggest that when 1<LR<8 there is weak evidence, when 8<LR<32 there is moderate evidence, and when LR>32, there is strong evidence.