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An effect size estimates the magnitude of the difference of proportions or the association between two categorical variables.
A point estimate is a single value that is the best estimate of the true unknown parameter; a confidence interval is a range of values and indicates the uncertainty of the estimate.
For tables larger than 2 x 2, you must partition the contingency table into a series of 2 x 2 sub-tables to estimate the effect size.