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  • Re: The Concise Dictionary of Classical Hebrew?

    [quote user="Mark M"] I want the concise version, it is cheaper and sufficient for most of my tasks. [/quote] Yes, I agree! The concise version please!
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Tue, Jul 22 2014
  • Re: Feedback: "More details about this resource" on webpage

    [quote user="Donnie Hale"] [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]The main point of this is to enable you to drill down on a single book when it's part of a large collection.[/quote] I've never understood why a "large collection" page don't have links to the existing, individual book pages. It sounds like you're saying you're sort of moving in that direction,
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Fri, Jul 18 2014
  • Re: Deutsche Werke bei Logos

    Das hört sich gut an. Danke!
    Posted to Deutsch by Schumitinu on Wed, Jul 16 2014
  • Re: Deutsche Werke bei Logos

    [quote user="Thomas Reiter"] [quote user="destinatio"] Super, dass nun auch NT-Bände von Keil (und Delitzsch?) angeboten werden: https://www.logos.com/product/43112/keil-und-delitzsch-biblischer-kommentar-uber-das-neue-testament Allerdings ist die Ankündigung fehlerhaft, da es sich - anders als beim AT - nicht um eine gemeinsame Reihe beider Autoren
    Posted to Deutsch by Schumitinu on Wed, Jul 16 2014
  • Re: Koiné Greek Pronunciation

    Keith, do we know what pronunciation scheme is used for the Greek Pronunciation add-on? I'd suspect that the Erasmian Greek Pronunciation Scheme is used like it says John Schwandt uses in the Greek Audio NT ( https://www.logos.com/product/4207/greek-audio-new-testament ). This is the scheme used widely in seminars etc. teaching NT Greek. The issue is
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Mon, Jul 14 2014
  • Re: Warum Logos? Darum Logos!

    Sehr gut! Das ist genau was wir machen müssen, auf die Besonderheiten hinweisen. Logos wird nicht für jederman sein. Aber ich denke wir können viele für Logos gewinnen wenn sie verstehen was dahinter steckt und warum man für Logos Geld ausgibt (im Gegensatz zu anderer Bibelsoftware). Hier sind ein paar Schlagwörter: Willst du die Bibel nur lesen oder
    Posted to Deutsch by Schumitinu on Tue, Jul 8 2014
  • Re: Offizielle Ankündigung von Logos Deutsch

    Alles klar. Danke Thomas!
    Posted to Deutsch by Schumitinu on Tue, Jul 8 2014
  • Re: Offizielle Ankündigung von Logos Deutsch

    Hallo Thomas, Danke erstmal für deine tolle Arbeit. Ich freue mich auf Logos deutsch und auf deutsche Werke in Logos! [quote user="Thomas Reiter"]Bis dahin könnt ihr euch in unsere Deutsche E-Mail Liste eintragen, damit ihr sofort darüber informiert werdet, sobald es Neuigkeiten zu "Logos Deutsch" und Deutscher Literatur gibt.[/quote] Ich habe mich
    Posted to Deutsch by Schumitinu on Tue, Jul 8 2014
  • Re: Logos in the Cloud Desktop App?

    [quote user="alabama24"]what platform are you on?[/quote] Mac
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Sun, Jul 6 2014
  • Re: Jewish Study Bible?

    Thanks MJ. Much appreciated!
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Sun, Jul 6 2014
  • Re: Logos in the Cloud Desktop App?

    What I'd like to see is what I call a Virso Desktop Application or a Logos Reader App for the desktop. Just a smaller application that works similar to the mobile apps. This could also be compared to another reader app that you download onto your desktop like kindle etc. The advantage of it is that you could choose the books you want to download, but
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: Jewish Study Bible?

    A few questions: So, the Jewish Study Bible (JSB) can be seen as a short form of the JPS Tanakh Commentary (JPSTC) [which does not cover the whole OT/Jewish Bible]? As the JSB and the JPSTC interpret the Bible form a Jewish standpoint, do they draw on Mishna, Talmud and Midrash? I know there are many commentaries that interpret the NT under consideration
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: We need the New Cambridge Bible Commentary

    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Mon, Jun 30 2014
  • Re: You MUST bid on Witherington video course! *

    Whatever the math, we need more bidders. So let's spread the word. That will help us the most to both, lower the price and get it done fast.
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Fri, Jun 27 2014
  • Re: Shared/joint account/s

    I rather would like to see a e-reader desktop app that works similar to the mobile apps. That is I can download just the books I want to read, make annotations and notes etc. This would give me the option to have a second app with just a selection of resources for reading purposes (with the main desktop application for study purposes). And it would
    Posted to General by Schumitinu on Wed, Jun 25 2014
  • Re: Semantic Domains for the Old Testament available in English Bibles

    [quote user="Sean Boisen"] On semantic relationships: we haven't included functional connectives in the BSL (prepositions, etc.) so far, because it's harder to clearly define their semantics we wanted to provide both a lexicon and an annotation of the text (note LN only does the first of these). But deciding which semantic relationship is appropriate
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Tue, Jun 24 2014
  • Re: Semantic Domains for the Old Testament available in English Bibles

    First, thank you for your interaction here. And thank you Logos team for your hard work. Things like the BSL are indeed amazing tools! It is good to learn more about it. And it is good to hear Logos' thoughts on "improving" it. [quote user="MJ. Smith"]are you referring to http://wndomains.fbk.eu/labels.html for natural language processing purposes?
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Tue, Jun 24 2014
  • Re: Semantic Domains for the Old Testament available in English Bibles

    One more thing, dictionaries with semantic domains not only cover nouns (objects), verbs (events), and adjectives and adverbs (attributes). They also cover connectors and other markers that signal relationships . BSL does not cover those words just like WordNet doesn't. But that is one way I use LN a lot, to get a clue on how two clauses (propositions
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Mon, Jun 23 2014
  • Re: Semantic Domains for the Old Testament available in English Bibles

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"]Our Bible Sense Lexicon is essentially this kind of database, and it was designed to work with both the OT and NT.[/quote] This is true. And I like to have one database that interacts with both, the OT and the NT at the same time. Yes, the BSL is similar to LN but without the semantic domains attached. Semantic domains come
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Mon, Jun 23 2014
  • Re: Semantic Domains for the Old Testament available in English Bibles

    [quote user="John Brumett"]Anyone else interested in this?[/quote] As a matter of fact, yes! However, this is not as easily done as it looks like. The United Bible Societies are working on a Hebrew version of Louw-Nida called the Semantic Dictionary of Biblical Hebrew (see here: http://www.sdbh.org/ ). For an explanation of the project and the complexity
    Posted to Suggestions by Schumitinu on Sun, Jun 22 2014
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