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Which conjunciton should be used in this sentence?

"As the celebrated dictum says: “All models are wrong, but some models are useful.” IN THIS CASE, the steps outlined above are sure to produce a very useful model. "

I want to express I can still produce a useful model although it may be wrong.

What conjunction should I use to replace "in this case“. I think it is not very suitable here.

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Base language: English
Category: Language



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    If you wish to convey confidence in your outcome, you could say 'certainly'. If the question is open, but you think it likely, 'surely'.

    However, the dictum says a useful model is not a certain /sure outcome. You might say ' hopefully the steps outlined will produce a useful model ' (only the word sure)

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