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  • Re: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia : WIVU Constituency Trees is not online!?

    If all you want is to be able to look up the lexeme, morphology and gloss, you can do that with the resource BHS SESB, though on the iPhone it provides parsing on the main word, not all the prefixes that might be attached. You can get at this information by holding your finger on a word until a pop up menu appears and then select 'look up...' I believe
    Posted to Android Apps by Vincent Setterholm on Thu, May 8 2014
  • Re: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia : WIVU Constituency Trees is not online!?

    I'm fairly sure that the main issue is that graph resources require a difference resource driver than 'normal' Logos resources, and no resource driver has been written for graph resources on mobile devices. Note that there are no Cascadia Syntax Graphs nor is the Andersen-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis on the mobile devices. I think the graphs would
    Posted to Android Apps by Vincent Setterholm on Wed, May 7 2014
  • Re: What does "Unknown Character" mean in BHS Apparatus Criticus?

    These looks like 'notes' made by whomever keyed in this text in essence saying 'I don't know how to encode this'. Unicode doesn't have instructions for 'spacing' versions of Hebrew accents, for example. I'll fix this when I update BHS SESB. Thanks for the report.
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Tue, May 6 2014
  • Re: Wivu Constituency Trees Problem

    I'm working from memory, but I believe that this resource is loading a whole chapter's worth of graphs at a time, which can run slow, depending on your hardware. When we get to updating this resource, we'll break up the graphs into smaller groups, like the other graph resources.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Wed, Apr 30 2014
  • Re: Question concerning syllable preferences in Hebrew

    FWIW - there are some editions of the Tanakh meant for students that use a variety of font conventions to explicitly mark vocal vs. silent shewas, qamets vs. qamets hatuph, quiescent aleph, mark the accent syllables when the text has a pre-positive or post-positive accent that is not actually on the accented syllable, be more consistent with methegs
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Sat, Apr 26 2014
  • Re: Question concerning syllable preferences in Hebrew

    [quote user="BKMitchell"] I also think the Logos Exagetical Guide is mistaken on this word (or maybe it is a typo), but it would love to hear from them why they did that. [/quote] The transliterations in the Exegetical Guide are generated on the fly by code that just looks at the text, without reference to things like morphological tags. The transliterations
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Fri, Apr 25 2014
  • Re: Hebrew Morphological Phrase Search

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] For LHB lemma:קֹ֫דֶשׁ BEFORE 2 CHARS lemma:הַ BEFORE 1 CHAR lemma:קֹ֫דֶשׁ is more precise, but still missing 2 Chron 31:6 . [/quote] At the risk of sounding pedantic, 'still missing' implies to me that this is a valid hit which should be returned. It is not the same word.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Fri, Apr 25 2014
  • Re: Hebrew Morphological Phrase Search

    In that particular interface, 'WORDS' is an approximation (in the syntax search, a 'segment' is more exact). However, you can use CHARS instead of WORDS to get what you are looking for. For example, the following will work with the WIVU database: lemma:קֹדֶשׁ.1@N* BEFORE 2 CHARS lemma:הַ@A* BEFORE 1 CHARS lemma:קֹדֶשׁ.1@N* You'll get 21 hits, rather
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Fri, Apr 25 2014
  • Re: After years and several posts, typos remain in Logos' non-biblical DSS (QSM)

    Yeah, Jannie. Please release this! :) I don't know if Content Production is waiting for an official 5.2a resource compiler, or if they plan to bundle this with other resources going out later in the month; I haven't heard the official story. But rest assured, I want this out at least as much as you do and will be following up with them as often as I
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Fri, Apr 11 2014
  • Re: Ruah in Logos - Gender tagging

    While none of our databases push it to this extreme, some linguists might go so far as to say that the two genders in Hebrew should be 'feminine' and 'unmarked-for-gender'. Certainly taking this approach makes all the apparent discrepancies in gender agreement disappear. And it's helpful to remember that the purpose of marking gender is primarily to
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Fri, Apr 11 2014
  • Re: Ruah in Logos - Gender tagging

    Take a look at Exodus 10:19. Here ruah appears with a masculine adjective modifying it and a masculine verb (lifted) that ruah is the grammatical subject of. So what we have is a word that can be either masculine or feminine, and you can't tell by the form of the word which one it is - the form is unmarked for gender. It's only at the higher level of
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Thu, Apr 10 2014
  • Re: search help: double vocative

    I think the syntax search can get you what you're looking for. Plop down a clause, because you want to weed out places where adjacent names are actually part of separate clauses, then put two segments inside it, one on top of the other making sure that 'match skipped levels' is checked (because you're not specifying phrase structure between the clause
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Wed, Apr 9 2014
  • Re: Audio Bibles: a plea for better pronunciation

    [quote user="David Paul"] This is precisely the reason I have said I would prefer that the Hebrew Audio Add-In not see the light of day. There is virtually 0% chance that it will produce satisfying results for anyone who has a modicum of Hebrew knowledge. [/quote] Is there a particular that you think gets it right? Are there any speakers you'd actually
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Sat, Apr 5 2014
  • Re: how to search hebrew accent on Logos

    Actually, I'm saying that if you want to do regular expressions on the Hebrew text, you should keep a copy of Libronix 3 installed on your machine in addition to Logos 5. Libronix 3 had much better Regular Expression support than Logos 4/5 ever did. And tell all your friends about that Uservoice link. :)
  • Re: how to search hebrew accent on Logos

    I don't know. Bradley pointed out that regular expressions were undocumented, untested, unsupported, etc. etc., so it doesn't shock me that some change made in development could have altered this behavior. Why would they test their new code against a 'feature' that is undocumented, untested, unsupported, etc.? Obviously, I think Regular Expressions
  • Re: New Flashcard App Discombobulation

    I'm just guessing here, but are you making the word list from a reverse interlinear? Otherwise, I can't imagine why it is joining two lemmas on one card. Try making your list from a morph-tagged Greek Bible.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Vincent Setterholm on Mon, Mar 31 2014
  • Re: Possible Revocalization/Repointing of Gen. 49:24 -- A Lexham Issue

    Thanks for the description of your issues, David. You're right - I tend to only look at the threads that might relate to something I'm doing, so I've missed all the discussion about the history buttons. It wouldn't surprise me if development had usage statistics that showed relatively few customers using those buttons as extensively as you do, but of
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Mon, Mar 31 2014
  • Re: Typos in BHS

    [quote user="Lee"] Vincent seems to be saying that if the database is rectified it could interfere with the Logos search engine convention. I think that's putting the cart before the horse, design-wise. [/quote] That's not a fair summary of what I've written. You're making it sound as if I'm making excuses for not looking into this when I've repeatedly
    Posted to Logos 5 by Vincent Setterholm on Sun, Mar 30 2014
  • Re: Possible Revocalization/Repointing of Gen. 49:24 -- A Lexham Issue

    [quote user="Doug Mangum"] I think Vince just meant that the main gloss of LHI ... [/quote] No, what I meant was that the text of the note is quite different from what David quoted, which indicated to me that he was looking at an old resource. David, your sof passuq comment is also a total mystery to me - I can't see any misplaced sof passuqs. Which
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Thu, Mar 27 2014
  • Re: After years and several posts, typos remain in Logos' non-biblical DSS (QSM)

    It'll go out after 5.2a goes live (it's still a release candidate right now). It may not happen the same day (the department that ships things may wish to wait for an official 5.2a resource compiler rather than releasing my builds that were made on a beta compiler, and they may wish to group this update with other updates to reduce download/index fatigue
    Posted to General by Vincent Setterholm on Thu, Mar 27 2014
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