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Effect-size is a statistical measure used to determine the size of the observed effect of an intervention or experiment on an outcome. It helps to compare the magnitude of an effect between different experiments or studies and to determine the statistical significance of the results. Effect-size is determined using questions, equations and answers to calculate the size of an effect relative to the variability of the sample. Researchers and students seeking assistance with effect-size calculations can find help in online forums, textbooks and tutorials. Effect-size can be used to help make decisions about whether an intervention has had a meaningful effect or not.