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  • Re: Logos 8 Wishlist

    Ability to create an interlinear Bible as a Personal Book with all of the necessary links to other books.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeffrey Visser on Wed, Nov 8 2017
  • Re: Creating an interlinear Bible

    Thank you. This will help with my fall-back position if I can find d something better.
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Tue, Nov 7 2017
  • Re: Creating an interlinear Bible

    Thanks, I just commented on that post. Hopefully they have been working on it over the last 7 years.
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Tue, Nov 7 2017
  • Re: Personal Book Builder and Interlinear Texts Question

    Bob, any update in the last 7 years? Any closer to making that tool for translations or interlinears available?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeffrey Visser on Tue, Nov 7 2017
  • Re: Personal Book Builder and Interlinear Texts Question

    Bob, any update in the last 7 years? Any closer to making that tool for translations or interlinears available?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jeffrey Visser on Tue, Nov 7 2017
  • Re: Creating an interlinear Bible

    There is always a way, but now all ways are equally useful. For example, I can use jpwg files inside a word doc to get close to what I need but it wouldn't be searchable. I was hoping that the formatting in a personal book would be close to what I need and I would be able to add custom tags to keep it at the right place. or at worst case have my English
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Tue, Nov 7 2017
  • Creating an interlinear Bible

    As I spent time in the original languages and translate passages, I am interested in using that in future Bible study. I would like to import it into Logos as a interlinear Bible or as a version of the Bible where the Greek shows up below it and highlights it when you click on an English word. if there a specific format that I can use to get that to
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Tue, Nov 7 2017
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    Interesting. I did not know about that. Thank you, I do see uses for this in the research stage of paper. While it may work for some professors, other professors won't accept it since it is not an online resource that can be accessed with that link. SBL does have a format for online resources and a format for resources without pages. However, too many
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"]Many styles provide for referencing a url indicating where content was retrieved from. If you open the Factbook tool and switch to the information screen, you'll see an article citation there that makes use of the URL for that specific Factbook article (for example, APA Style (6th ed.)).[/quote] An example of
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="SineNomine"]I have lost far too many hours of research because of inaccurate citations in print.[/quote] I agree that citations can be wrong in print as well as electronic versions of books. The advantage with electronic is that they can be corrected. But it is important to distinguish between incorrect references (provided by the author
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="SineNomine"]No, and likely not just because some resources are not produced from print material that is paginated.[/quote] It is ok if they are not the same as the printed version. As long as they are references correctly, that is ok. At worst case, they should have an indication, like Kindle's "Kindle location", that notes the electronic
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Is there any reason to call sales if you have a straightforward order?

    You may want to order LN first and then the gold package on another order to make sure you get the extra % off the base package because you are a now subscriber. I am not sure how it is set up in the system.
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Sun, Aug 28 2016
  • Re: Bob: From King To Customer - The end of Faithlife as we knew it?

    [quote user="Bobby Terhune"]Publishers are now pushing for a higher percentage of a books list price for royalties, some as high a 70% of list price according to Bob.[/quote] It seems odd that this is being blamed on the publishers when other providers such as Google and Amazon can sell the same electronic books for 30%-70% less on a consistent basis
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeffrey Visser on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="Keith Pang"]This makes me a little timid about writing my research papers with Logos resources.[/quote] Use Logos for your research papers. It makes the research much easier - especially if you have a large library. Just know that sometimes you won't get page numbers when you copy text. Depending on the prof, you may be able to note it
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="TCBlack"]While I hope and believe that they will, the case may not be that easy. First: there are thousands of resources - so time is a factor. [/quote] I would have hoped they would have done it right the first time and so it wouldn't have required rework. I would rather wait until a product is done right that get it 1/2 done. This doesn
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]For in-text citations of paraphrased material, provide the author and date, as for any APA Style reference.[/quote] Most of my work must be done in SBL or Chicago style. While there are similar exceptions for ebooks in SBL, they are looked down upon by the professors.
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="Colin"] I just finished my PhD - it was signed off yesterday :)[/quote] Congratulations. What was your PhD in? [quote user="Colin"] I used Logos extensively and never had any issues with page numbers like those some are speaking of here.[/quote] It depends on the resource. Some are great with page numbers and other's are not. This also
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="Andrew Malone"]At the risk of sounding condenscending – and aimed as much to help other readers as Jeffrey – I sometimes encounter resources where page numbers aren't set to display. Is it possible that your resources have the page 'milestones' included but they're just not showing?[/quote] This doesn't make sense, in my case
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="alabama24"]Which resources are these? Vyrso editions? Most of my "logos edition" resources have page numbers. [/quote] It is a mix of resources. Some are Vyrso and some are Logos. Journals are notoriously bad. If this thread is open next timeI do a research paper, I will add actual resources.
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Wed, Aug 24 2016
  • Re: Making Logos usable for academic research

    [quote user="Andrew Malone"]I'm just old enough to distrust much of what I see in metadata. So I usually avoid accepting the resource citation offered by Logos. But I rarely have to find a paper copy or a library catalogue. As I would with a paper book, I scroll to the Title and Copyright pages of the Logos edition, which nearly always tell me what
    Posted to General by Jeffrey Visser on Wed, Aug 24 2016
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