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  • What do you do with your Canvases?

    So I decided to give the new Canvas feature a whirl while reading Herodotus' Persian Wars, in my attempt to better understand the Persian empire (as well as the Lydians, Medes, Babylonians and Assyrians). I made myself the following Canvas diagram, but now I'm not sure what to do with it. Can I insert it into my notes at various places somehow? Or should
    Posted to Logos 8 by Greg F on Thu, Dec 13 2018
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Andrew Louth: Modern Orthodox Thinkers: From the Philokalia to the Present

    Just bought it on Kindle, would have loved to have had it in Logos!
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Greg F on Wed, Dec 12 2018
  • Re: For Lands Sakes, Don't Cancel Your Brill Etymological Prepub

    I've been in from the beginning and I'll be with it to the end. This dictionary is a big deal at a pretty good price all things considered (check out the hardback price on Amazon, and that's without Logos tagging and integration).
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: Cyber Monday Deals Are Up

    The Jewish Encyclopedia for 14 dollars is a crazy good deal.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Mon, Nov 26 2018
  • Indexing keeps running out of space (and stopping)

    I've been trying to reinstall Logos 7 on my laptop, but am running into space issues I thiink. My hard drive says it has 3.5 gigs of space left, but the indexer on Logos 7 keeps bombing, with the error message: "Please restart index with 1 gig of hard drive space free." I clearly have more than 1 gig free, but my library was 15 gigs to download. Is
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg F on Tue, Nov 20 2018
  • Library too big for my hardrive: what to do?

    I've stopped using Logos on my laptop because I kept running out of space (especially when indexing) due to all the resources I have. Do I have any alternative solutions to download only a portion of them? I read that the indexes can be made smaller (?), but I'm not sure that even that will help. I think my Logos was taking upwards of 30 gigs of space
    Posted to General by Greg F on Mon, Nov 5 2018
  • Re: Which package (v8) excites you most?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] found the L8 package to be one of the more exciting in all my years with Logos/Verbum/Faithlife.[/quote] Would you mind expanding on this, MJ? Which package(s) did you end up choosing that you liked so much? And which resources caught your fancy in particular?
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Oct 31 2018
  • Re: Patrologiae Graeca v.1-18 now available

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] How if we can just get bids on the whole series ... [/quote] I just came online to post about this. My guess is that Logos is already working on this series and it will be available relatively soon. I remember there were resources I wanted in Logos 6 or 7 that weren't ready when the packages came out, but they downloaded a few
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Greg F on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • Re: Any Chance of Getting Plotinus' Enneads (Loeb)?

    I'd buy them! It's strange that they haven't yet been offered through Community Pricing: Plotinus seems like an obvious buy for people interested in religious studies. https://www.logos.com/products/search?q=plotinus&Author=21721%7cPlotinus&redirecttoauthor=true But then again, I thought the same thing about the Stoics (Paul, anyone?), but they
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Tue, Oct 9 2018
  • Re: Missing morph tagging in new Loeb volumes

    [quote user="Kyle G. Anderson"]I have a case in for Meraclitus for work on a data type. It'll probably be a couple of months before I'm able to get to it.[/quote] I noticed that a data type has been added for Heraclitus' fragments. Now books can point to individual fragments (Fragmentum 15, for example), rather than just the book as a whole. A big improvement
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Tue, Sep 18 2018
  • Re: Do Noet resources ever go on sale?

    Ah, Noet...
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Thu, Sep 13 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    I received the fixed files today, thank you very much!
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Sep 5 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    Yes, you're missing the morphological tagging. :) Logos always seems to drop the ball on the Loeb volumes for some reason when they first come out: these problems eventually get fixed once the users start to complain. A few of the volumes are correctly tagged, but it would appear that the majority are not. Logos needs to fix it.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Aug 28 2018
  • Very good Mediterranean archeology MOOC course

    The Sapienza University of Rome has just released a free MOOC entitled " At the Origins of the Mediterranean Civilization: Archaeology of the City from the Levant to the West - 3rd-1st millennium BC ". I've gone through the first two weeks and find it rather wonderful. Anyone interested in Mediterranean history, archeology, etc. would do well to check
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Wed, May 16 2018
  • Re: Why do Books Open in Right Half by Default

    I'd pay (a little) money to have this be a setting. Opening on the right is very annoying.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg F on Mon, May 14 2018
  • Re: What happened to the Bristol Classics Culture and History Bundle?

    The bundle you refer to doesn't include any of the classical material from the packages formerly known as the Bristol Classics bundle. They've effectively disappeared from the Logos ecosystem.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Sun, May 6 2018
  • Re: Robert Beekes, Etymological Dictionary

    And here is another scholarly review: http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2018/2018-03-46.html I'm excited to have it in my Logos library.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Mar 28 2018
  • Re: Oxford Classical Dictionary?

    They had the somewhat abridged version on pre-pub for a few years, but it never got close to being in production. It was cut a few months ago. So I wouldn't hold my breath for the Oxford Classical Dictionary (though I would buy it in a heartbeat)..
    Posted to General by Greg F on Mon, Mar 26 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    I should add that I think these volumes are a steal at only 60 dollars (I've been in at $100 for many years). Almost all of Aristotle in Greek and English: priceless. :)
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Mar 14 2018
  • Re: Aristotle is so close!

    To answer Bruce's question: They're Loeb volumes, meaning that you get both the Greek and the English texts. This makes them useful for word studies. The Great Books only have English translations. They're morphologically tagged by an automatic process by Logos, meaning most words have grammar tags and a gloss in English. The free Perseus volumes are
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Mar 14 2018
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