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  • How Can I Find Word Frequency Data Information for Hebrew Bible Resources?

    I am wondering how to find the information for the datasets behind word searches and word lists in various Hebrew Bible resources. For example, if I make word lists under the same parameters from 1) BHS: SESB 2.0, 2) LHB, and 3) BHS/WIVU, the word count results are slightly different across the three resources (especially in how pronominal suffixes
    Posted to General by Ethan Knudson on Thu, Feb 18 2021
  • Re: Logos 9 Wishlist

    I have been around since Logos 3 and although I am running the Logos 8 client, I decided not to pay for an upgrade or cross grade this time because I didn’t find any of the new features particularly necessary for my own use (mainly academic). These are some changes that would actually convince me to pay for a Logos 9 upgrade or cross-grade: Direct
    Posted to General by Ethan Knudson on Tue, Feb 11 2020
  • Re: Proximity search beyond verse boundaries?

    [quote user="SineNomine"] I just added feature requests based on this thread to the official Logos 9 Wishlist thread . [/quote] Excellent, thank you!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Ethan Knudson on Thu, Jan 2 2020
  • Re: Proximity search beyond verse boundaries?

    Thank you Graham, Between basic search and Bible browser tool I should be able to get what I'm after. It is odd that the morph search has those limitations though, it makes the WITHIN X WORDS function rather limited and unreliable.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Ethan Knudson on Wed, Jan 1 2020
  • Proximity search beyond verse boundaries?

    I am looking into Daniel 8 and trying to find all other instances where a ram and goat appear together in the same context. To do so, I did a morph search in LHB with the lemma Dn. 8 uses for ram paired with all lemmas used in Dn. 8 for goat: "lemma:אַ֫יִל:1 AND (lemma:צָפִיר OR lemma:עֵז OR lemma:שָׂעִיר:1 OR lemma:שָׂעִיר:2 OR lemma:שָׂעִיר:3)" The
    Posted to Logos 8 by Ethan Knudson on Tue, Dec 31 2019
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