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This document is written in the scope of the ISA LEOS project (Legislative Editing Open Software – action 1.13). It presents analysis results covering findings on the “As Is” of usage methods and tools for editing legislative software, and lessons learned in terms of adequacy and efficiency of these tools. It also presents a series of six case studies analysing various solutions, their benefits and trade-offs, re-usability, as well as aspects regarding user-guidance and user friendliness. The report presents in its last section overall conclusions and recommendations for the next phase of the LEOS project.
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