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Revision as of 12:27, 1 August 2013

Tools Complexity Usability Currency Fear Factor Popularity X Factor Description
OAIS 91 33 86 89 95 94 Originating from the space data community, OAIS has become the bible of the wider digital preservation community. It provides a high level framework of a digital repository and a diagram that MUST be present in any presentation on digital preservation.
FITS 76 25 79 56 69 95 A characterisation tool that runs an array of atomic preservation tools and combines and normalises the output to simplify analysis and reuse.
DROID DROID is a file format identification tool developed by The National Archives. It identifies file formats based on the definitions contained within The National Archives’ file format registry, PRONOM.