Data Agrees with 1 Author/Paper not the Other Author/Paper
Please...I understand that I can argue or publish my hypothesis if the evidence and statement/claim are able to be understood as logical, valid, and not able to be currently disagreed with...meaning, that there is nothing that presents reason for doubt (yet).
What do I do if I have 1 author's model or hypothesis published that fits my data and one that doesn't. Do I still publish my paper or report or do I withdraw the validity? Or, do I state that it 'could' be valid and attempt to explain why one author's hypothesis and model are correct and the other's not? Do I argue in favor of my evidence without mentioning this (unethical)?
THANKS for any help/inputs!!!!!!!