Bug: Bible Sense Search - missing adjacent word

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LimJK | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Feb 11 2017 8:57 AM

Hi,

In the BWS Report, the number of hits for <Sense = Jesus ⇔ Word of God> yields the correct results of 5 hits. However, doing a Bible Search with <Sense = Jesus ⇔ Word of God>, the result is 4 hits instead of 5.

JK

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This is a known issue, the same as previously reported here: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/124505/815737.aspx#815737 

Searches for some additional tagging (e.g., <Person>, <Place>, <Sense>) merge contiguous results into one hit, instead of counting each annotation in the original dataset as a separate hit. I've added a link to this post to the case. (And there's the opposite issue, where one annotation becomes multiple disjoint hits when mapped onto a translation via a reverse interlinear. In general, hit counts in a reverse interlinear may be inexact due to the imprecision involved in mapping one language onto another.)

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LimJK | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Feb 11 2017 11:32 PM

Bradley Grainger (Faithlife):

This is a known issue, the same as previously reported here: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/124505/815737.aspx#815737 

Searches for some additional tagging (e.g., <Person>, <Place>, <Sense>) merge contiguous results into one hit, instead of counting each annotation in the original dataset as a separate hit. I've added a link to this post to the case. (And there's the opposite issue, where one annotation becomes multiple disjoint hits when mapped onto a translation via a reverse interlinear. In general, hit counts in a reverse interlinear may be inexact due to the imprecision involved in mapping one language onto another.)

Bradley,

Thanks for reply ... it is a bit too technical for me Smile Sorry.

Question: Would BWS Bible Sense Section always (most of the time) provide the correct counts like in this case? If so, I would use BWS more often vs Bible Search for such kind of searches (e.g., <Person>, <Place>, <Sense>). Is my assumption sound? Thanks.

JK

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