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Poster Notes from Principles of Tools Selection

- Has a useful functionality
    - genuine scholar wants to use more than one
     -against the Bamboo content

- Tool can work on structure and content and unstructured/personal content

- Principle of representative

- Applicable to collections we are focusing on and does more than what can already be done with that collection

- Existent tool made available to new content

- Sustainability
    Who's responsible?

    EY? OPEN SOURCE

- Readiness to be deployed

- Not proprietary -- or we can integrate it usefully without doing anything to it

- Adhere to existing widely in use standards.

- "Fungeability" of tools ?
     o plug and play if need to switch it e.g., concordance

- Intuitive use/easy to use

- Good ratio of effort to value

PRINCIPLES OF TOOLS - Follow on Conversation

.    Readiness to be deployed
.    Not proprietary - or we can integrate it usefully without doing anything to it
.    Adhere to existing widely in-use standards
.    Fungibility of tools
    - Plug and play if need to switch it e.g., concordance
.    Intuity of use/easy to use
.    Good ration of effort to value

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