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Many proponents of p-values assert that they measure the strength of the evidence with respect to a hypothesis. Many proponents of Bayes Factors assert that they measure the relative strength of the evidence with respect to competing hypotheses. From a philosophical perspective, both assertions are problematic because the strength of the evidence depends on auxiliary assumptions, whose worth is not quantifiable by p-values or Bayes Factors. In addition, from a measurement perspective, p-valuesdoi:10.26717/bjstr.2018.06.001384 fatcat:3qrvh72orza5ta3ehdfq265hnu