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  • Searching for words with Greek diacritical marks in basic search

    In a Basic and Bible searches, it appears that Greek accents and other diacritical marks are ignored for searches. This is convenient since I can just type the letters and not the accents or breathing marks when searching a grammar book or other reference book. However, if I enter the breathing marks, they are still ignored for searches. So if I want
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Direct Nouns VIsual Filter

    [quote user="Donald McNeeley"]I have attached screen shot and unfortunately, I can not replicate what you were able to do. [/quote] In my experience, proximity searches are unreliable on reverse interlinear Bibles. In a reverse Interlinear word order is based on English, not Greek or Hebrew. You will notice in the Interlinear ribbon that they separated
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Direct Nouns VIsual Filter

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Puzzled by Logos Hebrew Morphological tagging of Absolute in Job 1:6 instead of Determined for a noun that has a definite article:[/quote] I agree, that is puzzling. That is why I prefer to do searches on simple morphology and make the interpretive decisions for myself. The category "Determined" is more of a functional
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Direct Nouns VIsual Filter

    [quote user="Donald McNeeley"] Harry, Thanks for looking into this ... when I tried this specifically on Job 1:6 , the definite noun "satan" is not highlighted. I saw one post that states the query only searches just the s"surface", but I find that hard to believe. [/quote] @N WITHIN 0 WORDS @A does find הַשָּׂטָ֖ן (Satan).
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Direct Nouns VIsual Filter

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"]Interesting that within 0 words returns more hits than within 1 word[/quote] "WITHIN" means that the article could occur before or after the noun. "WITHIN 1 WORD" means that the article must be part of the word directly before or after the noun. WITHIN 0 WORDS means that the article must be attached to the noun as the same
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Direct Nouns VIsual Filter

    [quote user="Donald McNeeley"] What I am trying to figure out is how to display nouns with the definite article "ha" as a means to investigate those nouns that are conveying uniqueness, particularization, and demonstratative force. Any assistance is greatly welcome. [/quote] See if this does what you want: @N AFTER 0 WORDS @A I tested it on Genesis
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Problem searching for only 1 instances of a search term

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Harry Hahne"] I don't know if there are any unforeseen side effects of this.[/quote] I can't see why there would be but I can see why you would be concerned. [/quote] The reason for my concern is that I can verify that this syntax does not always work. Here is the same syntax that does not work as expected
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
  • Re: Problem searching for only 1 instances of a search term

    Thanks, Graham. After my original post, I figured this out. So here is my current work around for the lack of a NOTBEFORE operator in Logos: lemma:δέ ANDNOT (lemma:δέ BEFORE lemma:δέ) This appears to find verses with only one occurrence of the word. I don't know if there are any unforeseen side effects of this. The reason I am nervous about it, is that
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Mar 8 2013
  • Re: Problem searching for only 1 instances of a search term

    I think I understand why this did not work. If I search for lemma:δέ NOT BEFORE lemma:δέ, it treats the NOT as a search term, rather than a negation of the BEFORE operator. That is why it was highlighting certain words, including δέ when it means "but" or "not this . . . but that". So is there a way to say one word must not occur before another? The
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Mar 8 2013
  • Problem searching for only 1 instances of a search term

    I want to find verses where a particular word only occurs once. In this example, I am looking for a single occurrence of the Greek word δέ. I did a morphological search on the NA27 as follows: lemma:δέ NOT BEFORE lemma:δέ This produces erratic search results. In addition to legitimate examples of a single occurrence of δέ (e.g. Matt 3:11; 5:19, 33)
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Mar 8 2013
  • Are all words in NT texts that use Logos Greek Morphology parsed the same?

    I need a clarification about the consistency of the morphology tagging system called Logos Greek Morphology. I am sure Bradley or Rick can answer this. Are all words in Greek New Testament texts that are based on NA27 or UBS4 parsed the same? Or is the Logos Greek Morphology just a set of categories that provide room for individual texts to be parsed
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Mar 8 2013
  • Re: Is the opentext.org Greek New Testament continuing to be updated on Logos?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [/quote] This highlights my original question: Will the Logos edition of opentext continue to keep up with changes to the tagging of the text in the opentext project?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Mar 8 2013
  • Re: What Greek New Testament text does opentext.org use?

    Thanks Rick. I remember Stan Porter was frustrated because he could not get the UBS/NA text to analyze without paying a massive royalty. That is why they started with Sinaiticus. Thus the concept of an "open text" of the Greek New Testament, since that manuscript is old enough that it cannot be copyrighted. So I am glad to hear it now uses the UBS4
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Mar 8 2013
  • Re: Is the opentext.org Greek New Testament continuing to be updated on Logos?

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Not sure where you get that from, as the clause annotation of the New Testament still shows copyright 1998-2005, and this is more critical than the actual text for syntax Search. [/quote] Of course, I meant the tagging of the text, which is the contribution that they make. The opentext.org Web site (http://www.opentext.org
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Thu, Mar 7 2013
  • Re: Using ANDEQUALS with morphological tags

    [quote user="Vincent Setterholm"] I'm not sure what the reason was for this change, but if you use parenthesis liberally, you can often make this work, for example: (@NN) ANDEQUALS (@NV) [/quote] It is a strange search syntax requirement, but that works. Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Mar 6 2013
  • Re: Searching for nouns in Analytical Greek New Testament

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Logos)"] When you right-click on a noun in the AGNT, you'll probably see that the morph code is displayed (on the context menu) as N-DF-S (or similar). This is a clue that you can search for "@N-" in the Morph Search (unfortunately, the picker doesn't help here) and find morph codes that are not @NP, i.e., all the nouns
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Mar 6 2013
  • Using ANDEQUALS with morphological tags

    I am trying to make use of the ANDEQUALS and NOTEQUALS operators with a morphological tag in the Greek New Testament. If I search the NA27 for "Jesus" I find places where the gloss for the Greek word is "Jesus". If if I do something like the following in a morphological search, I get no results: Jesus ANDEQUALS @N I realize I can search for lemma:Ἰησοῦς
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Mar 6 2013
  • Searching for nouns in Analytical Greek New Testament

    The Analytical Greek New Testament (Friberg morphology) has an unusual way of classifying pronouns. They are either tagged as a subcategory of nouns or adjectives. The problem is, I cannot figure out how to search for a noun and to exclude the ones that are classified as pronouns. If I search for @N I get the pronouns as well as the nouns that he does
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Mar 6 2013
  • Lean and mean installation of Logos

    Is it possible to install a copy of Logos that only includes a few key resources? I know I can hide resources, but that will hide them on all of my computers. But I only want to install a limited number of resources on one computer, as you could in Libronix, or as you can for offline use on the Android/iPad apps.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Mar 6 2013
  • Is the opentext.org Greek New Testament continuing to be updated on Logos?

    The opentext.org Greek New Testament has gone through various revisions on the opentext.org Web site. Is the Logos edition still in line with the latest version of this resource? Will it continue to be updated for those who have it or will it be frozen in the current edition? If it is frozen, what edition is it? (the information window in Logos does
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Mar 6 2013
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