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Motivated by a recent mock keynote debate, "A Matter of Scale (http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/englishfacpubs/106/)," presented by Matt Jockers and Julia Flanders as part of the Boston Area Days of Digital Humanities Conference (http://nulab.neu.edu/events/dhdays2013/) and the imperative that librarians involved with many things "digital" need to learn not only how to build tools, in this case, for textual analysis, but leverage existing tools.  As mostly a builder of tools (not me, per se, but my team), I seldom have time to explore existing tools.  Partly because at IU we are so vested in textual markup following the TEI Guidelines for which few tools exist that act on the markup (thus our focus on building), but as is the case with many academic libraries attempting to balance scale of digital production, we are not always in the position to build boutique interfaces, tools and functions for hand-crafted markup.  

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