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Old 12-09-2010, 05:49 AM   #1
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Estimate quality of an E-Book

Hi everyone,

are there any plans to include a simple heuristic that checks the quality of a book? Like checking spelling or text structure?

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There's already a couple of features, custom-column for rating, and the heuristic to use is the eye-ball method.

There's too many differences for language/names/custom words per ebook that I think this would be extremely difficult to do accurately and consistently.
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