Does “who does what” work in this sentence?

I am interested in knowing whether one can say “who does what” in the following context:

All estimation methods are not yet on hand in standard software. For an overview of who does what, see (place reference here).

edit according to andrewdotnich’s comment

The reference is the chapter of a book that describes a list of software that are able to deal with one or more of the estimation methods.


You could say that, but it may not be clear (as per my comment to your question).

How about something like this?

Software that supports all standard estimation methods is not currently available; for an overview of products that provide partial support, see [ref].

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