Highlighting of finite verbs, noun etc. in the ESV reverse interlinear

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Anthony Dunham | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Mar 22 2011 2:13 PM

Could someone help me highlight verbs, nouns etc in the ESV Reverse Interlinear. The older version I have as follows:  Make sure you have the ESV Reverse Interlinear open and the active

window
Go to View/Visual Filters
Select Morphological Filter on the left and then Move it to the right 
window
Select Details
In the Morphological boxes check Verb, then in the next box on Tense 
Voice Mood, select Finite
Then go to the lower left and click on Add
Then to the right see the drop down menu under Visual Markup, select 
the type of mark you want and click on it. 
Then Okay, the Close on the next window and you are done.
I need to know how to make Logos 4 accomplish the same identifying method.
Thank you and Be Blessed.
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Kevin Becker | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 22 2011 3:17 PM

Welcome to the forums!

Read this wiki page

http://wiki.logos.com/Visual_Filter

And watch this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-ku18VbE44&feature=player_embedded#!

Do these answer your question?

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 4:29 AM

Welcome Big Smile

 In Logos 4, ESV now uses Logos Greek Morphology so Finite Verb (Swanson's morphology in Libronix 3) selection is not a morphological option for selecting Indicative, Imperative, Optative, and Subjunctive verbal moods.

Forum http://community.logos.com/forums/p/31253/232122.aspx#232122 has a Logos Greek Morphology visual filter example with different highlighting for every verbal mood that can be used with ESV in Logos 4.

Getting Started with Logos wiki page has Highlighting + Visual Filters section that includes Wiki links to many visual filter examples plus a link to an excellent highlighting video.

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Michael Hite | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 1:07 PM

Kevin Becker:

And watch this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-ku18VbE44&feature=player_embedded#!

Do these answer your question?

Thanks for sending the link to my video - I didn't think many people knew they were out there. I hope they are helping.

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Kevin Becker | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 1:42 PM

Michael Hite:
Thanks for sending the link to my video - I didn't think many people knew they were out there. I hope they are helping.

It's on the wiki which is where I found it.

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Jerry M | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 2:11 PM

Michael Hite:
I didn't think many people knew they were out there. I hope they are helping.

Thanks Michael for sharing that video.  If you happen to read this perhaps you can share how you arrived at key words for various NT books in a visual filter.  I couldn't help but notice in the video. I thought perhaps you used the nominative case, but I am curious.

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Michael Hite | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 5:13 PM

Jerry M:

If you happen to read this perhaps you can share how you arrived at key words for various NT books in a visual filter.  I couldn't help but notice in the video. I thought perhaps you used the nominative case, but I am curious.

Actually, there are a few techniques to help determine key or important words in a book:

1. FREQUENCY - One of the best is to look for words the author uses over and over again. You can search a book for all forms (not just nominative) of all nouns, verbs and adjectives. Then you can you the search Analysis sort to organize the list from the most used to the least used words. I have a video on how to do this too - Replacing the Vocabulary Lists from Logos 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abKT1DCJZwE

2. PURPOSE STATEMENTS - If the author provides a purpose statement for the book telling us why he wrote that often shows keywords. A good example is in John 20:30-31, John says "These (things) have been written to that you may believe..." Many of the main words in these two verses are keywords in the book (sign, disciple, believe, name, etc..) Also, since he is giving evidence you can look at the words witness and testify as well. When the author says "I am writing because..." that should be a clue (1 Tim 3:14-15 is another example of what I mean.)

3. PETITION VERBS - When the author uses parakelo  - often translated "I urge" - it can point to key words in the book. The things he is urging are often themes through the book (see Philippians for example).

4. PRAYERS - When an inspired author says he is praying for something. Those prayers are often clues to keywords as well. Look at what he is praying for - it will help show themes and words that are often key to the whole book.

This was probably more than you wanted but I hope it is helpful.

 

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 8:08 PM

Michael - you should add your videos to the wiki.

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Michael Hite | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 23 2011 8:12 PM

MJ. Smith:

Michael - you should add your videos to the wiki.

They are on there already - just look down under my name - Michael Hite

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Mar 24 2011 3:16 AM

Wiki page Logos 4 Video Tutorials has 4 videos linked for Michael Hite.

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