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— The most likely size of something

Full explanation:

In studies|study] of treatment effects, effect estimates are calculated to indicate the most likely size of the treatment effects. Other types of estimates include measures of the incidence or prevalence of an outcome, baseline risk, diagnostic test accuracy, and prognosis. Estimates are known or believed to have some degree of error.

See also:

effect estimate

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