RESOLVED KYLE: BUG: And the actual name of the resource is?

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Nov 16 2019 8:17 PM

So taking another approach to try to find non-Bible but Bible-related texts with morphology ... of course I find another problem ..

Basic approach run a search, open some of the first resources that you can navigate to without going crazy. Naturally things go crazy:

  1. Create a new bibliography based upon the open resources then remove the books in the bibliography from the collection be searched ... repeat until. However, when I got to the second open resource that appeared in the Bibliography, Tertullian-Minuclus Felix
  2. I could not find it in the library - by title or author or publisher ... so 
  3. I go to History to reopen the resource and notice it has a title "Shows" or De Spectaculis
  4. Reopen then open the Information panel and miraculously it matches the Bibliography entry. But this also appears to be Tertullian and Minucius Felix. Tertullian’s Apology and de Spectaculis: Latin Text. Edited by G. P. Goold and W. C. A. Kerr. Translated by T. R. Glover and Gerald H. Rendall. The Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA; London: Harvard University Press; William Heinemann, 1931 or are two separate resources mangled here?
  5. PROBLEM: I do not have a complete cross-reference of possible names for a specific reference stored in my mind .... HOW does FL expect me to get from the bibliography to the resource here? OR do I assume a corrupt index?

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Nov 17 2019 8:27 PM

MJ. Smith:
So taking another approach to try to find non-Bible but Bible-related texts with morphology

In your other thread, I recommended Morph Search to identify these resources. But you can use a filter in Morph Search to identify non-bibles:

  • type:monograph listed only 2 resources
  • type:ancient will list the Ancient Manuscripts
  • * -type:bible  listed all the non-bibles

From there, you can run a Search on <LogosMorphGr ~ J????>, <LogosMorphHeb ~ N?????>, <ArcInsMorph ~ N????+S???G?>, <SemInsMorph ~ N????+S???G?>, which got results for all my non-bibles. Then you can open them and add to a bibliography.

For (the few) missing resources, open them individually and add to Bibliography. Or find their morphology (from Morph Search), run a Search and then open them.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Nov 17 2019 8:48 PM

Thanks again for your help with the search - I often think there must be a way to do it but lack the facility to see the path.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Dec 7 2019 10:34 PM

Bump initial problem of resource title not yet addressed.

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Kyle G. Anderson | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Dec 10 2019 9:24 AM

At this time we're not able to support searching within your library for bibliographic citation data (i.e. screenshot #4).

This particular resource/project is an interesting one. It comes from the Perseus project which was a special project on our part that pulled files from a website to produce both resource and metadata. Because of the way Perseus kept their files they split up print books (i.e. the citation data) into individual resources (e.g. De Spectaculis). Because of the special nature of this project it is unlikely that we will be able to go back and tweak the metadata for all the titles in the project.

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