page counts per GB
The electronic discovery service provider, Lexbee, has a very handy 'eDiscovery Calculator' on its site here. Its purpose is to give you a page count for electronic files based on the number of GBs of those files in your data set.
Lexbee has its own standards but you can adjust how many pages of emails or PDFs you want to assume per GB. (It works with a standard of 2500 pages per box.)
While the calculator would be easy to replicate in Excel or another program it's interesting to compare Lexbee's baselines against those of other electronic discovery vendors.
Its baselines are very similar to those of Superior Document Services . . .
. . . as well as LitiDOX
. . . but far higher than those of Catalyst: