What's Included in Logos 7

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Jacob Cerone | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Aug 19 2016 10:27 PM

The following list provides a snapshot of what is included in Logos Now. You will find it organized according to the most recent release (Logos 7.0), which includes all the new features. These have been broken down by datasets, features, interactives, unique Logos resources, and media. Subscription only features are at the top of each category. The second half of this list includes datasets, features, interactives, resources, and media that were released during the regular Logos Now releases.

What's Included in Logos 7

New to Logos 7.0 Release

Datasets

  1. Figurative Language of New Testament: a fresh analysis of the NT's figurative language
  2. Longacre Genre Analysis: an application of Longacre's genre schema to the Bible
  3. Sentence Types of New Testament: an analysis of all sentences in the NT into declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory
  4. Speech Acts of the New Testament: similar to the above, but using speech acts
  5. Hebrew Grammatical Constructions: a database that identifies many key constructions in Hebrew

Features​

  1. Bible Browser (subscription only): a faceted browsing tool for accessing our rich data on the Bible by simply using your mouse instead of learning complicated search syntax
  2. Sermon Editor: a new tool for building your sermon manuscript, outline, handout, and slides right in Logos.
  3. Courses: a guided learning platform for working through Mobile Ed courses and other structured learning content
  4. Quickstart Layouts: starting points that integrate content and tools around a task or theme

Interactives 

  1. Exploring Bible Manuscripts: an educational interactive guide through biblical manuscripts
  2. An Empty Tomb: a look inside a first-century tomb that sheds light on the setting for Jesus' burial
  3. Text Comparison Interlinear New Testament dataset: the data that backs the new Text Comparison interlinear view

Improved Previous and Logos Now Features

  1. Text Comparison​​ Tool: infinite scroll and a new interlinear view that organizes translations against the underlying Greek or Hebrew text
  2. Media Tool: a way to find and create sharable media (combines Visual Copy and Media Browser)
  3. Biblical Event Navigator: new UI
  4. Miracles of the Bible: added bubble visualizations

Interlinears

  1. Lexham Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible
  2. Lexham Latin-English Interlinear Vulgate Bible
  3. The Latin-Greek Reverse Interlinear Vulgate Deuterocanonical Old Testament
  4. The Latin-Greek Reverse Interlinear Vulgate New Testament
  5. The Latin-Greek Reverse Interlinear Vulgate: Deuterocanonical Old Testament, Variant Alignments
  6. The Latin-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Vulgate Old Testament
  7. The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear Deuterocanonical Old Testament Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition

Media Collections

  1. Faithlife Animations (subscription only)
  2. deSilva Teaching Materials, vol. 2 (subscription only)
  3. Mars Hill Media Collection (subscription only)
  4. Lexham Bible Dictionary Videos (subscription only)

Resources

  1. Geographic Commentary

Other Logos 7 Features 

Datasets

  1. Discourse Datasets and Visual Filters (Subscription Only)
  2. New Feature: Cascadia Syntax Graphs of LXX Deuterocanon and Apocrypha 
  3. Miracles of the Bible 
  4. Syntactic Force 
  5. Speaking to God 
  6. Proverbs Explorer, vol. 2 
  7. Biblical Theologies Section
  8. Israelite Sacrifices
  9. Reported Speech, Speakers, and Addressees for Deuterocanon
  10. New Testament Use of the Old
  11. Confessional Documents Section
  12. Proverbs Explorer Dataset
  13. Bullinger's Figures of Speech Dataset
  14. Addressees in Reported Speech 
  15. Greek Grammatical Constructions 
  16. Old Testament Propositional Bible Outlines 
  17. Psalms Explorer Dataset 
  18. RSVCE Hebrew Old Testament Reverse Interlinear 
  19. Systematic Theologies Section 

Features

  1. Logos web app (Access to the beta of the Logos web app; Subscription only)
  2. Lemma in Passage (Subscription only)
  3. Emphasize Active Lemmas 
  4. Link a Lexicon to a Bible 
  5. Custom Home Page Layouts 
  6. Personal Letters Section
  7. Reader's Edition Interlinear
  8. Corresponding Notes and Highlights
  9. Passage List Visual Filter
  10. Concordance 
  11. Corresponding Words Visual Filter 
  12. Courses Tool 
  13. Grammars guide section 
  14. Greek Grammatical Constructions guide section
  15. Media Tool 
  16. Multiview Resources 

Interactives

  1. Miracles of the Bible 
  2. Speaking to God 
  3. Systematic Theologies Interactive 
  4. Hebrew Bible Manuscript Explorer
  5. Names of God: Deuterocanon 
  6. Proverbs Explorer, vol. 2
  7. New Testament Use of the Old Testament 
  8. Synopsis of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles
  9. Before and After Vol 2 
  10. Commandments of the Law
  11. Names of God Interactive 
  12. Narrative Character Maps Vol 2 
  13. New Testament Manuscript Explorer 
  14. Septuagint Manuscript Explorer

Resources

  1. Parallel Passages in the Pauline Epistles 

Media

  1. Proverbs Verse Art Collection (6.7)
  2. Author Slide Templates
  3. BibleScreen Animations
  4. Logos Media Archive, vol. 2
  5. Logos Stock Images, vol. 2
  6. LogosPro Training Videos
  7. Visual Copy Templates
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Lynden Williams | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 12:36 AM

You forgot the new Text Comparison. This feature provides endless scrolling.

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Yasmin Stephen | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 12:57 AM

Jacob, would you mind highlighting the datasets, features etc that are new to Logos Now subscribers, maybe with an asterisk or something (and indicating such at the end of your post)? Thanks!

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 1:30 AM

I believe the answer is the first 5 datasets, the first 3 features ... #3 has been renamed, the first 2 interactives, resource isn't new but merely misspelled, and I don't know on media.

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Sean | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 1:34 AM

The Bible Browser is also not listed.

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Phil Gons (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 1:35 AM

If you've been a Logos Now member and are looking for just what's new in this release, here's that list:

New

  1. Sermon Editor: a new tool for building your sermon manuscript, outline, handout, and slides right in Logos.
  2. Courses: a guided learning platform for working through Mobile Ed courses and other structured learning content
  3. Bible Browser (subscription only): a faceted browsing tool for accessing our rich data on the Bible by simply using your mouse instead of learning complicated search syntax
  4. Figurative Language of New Testament: a fresh analysis of the NT's figurative language
  5. Quickstart Layouts: starting points that integrate content and tools around a task or theme
  6. Longacre Genre Analysis: an application of Longacre's genre schema to the Bible
  7. Sentence Types of New Testament: an analysis of all sentences in the NT into declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory
  8. Speech Acts of New Testament: similar to the above, but using speech acts
  9. Hebrew Grammatical Constructions: a database that identifies many key constructions in Hebrew
  10. Exploring Bible Manuscript: an educational interactive guide through biblical manuscripts
  11. An Empty Tomb: a look inside a first-century tomb that sheds light on the setting for Jesus' burial
  12. Text Comparison Interlinear New Testament dataset: the data that backs the new Text Comparison interlinear view
Improved
  1. Text Comparison​​ tool: infinite scroll and a new interlinear view that organizes translations against the underlying Greek or Hebrew text
  2. Media tool: a way to find and create sharable media (combines Visual Copy and Media Browser)
  3. Biblical Event Navigator: new UI
  4. Miracles of the Bible: added bubble visualizations

In addition, here are a few additional content items I forgot to include:

Interlinears

  1. Lexham Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible
  2. Lexham Latin-English Interlinear Vulgate Bible
  3. The Latin-Greek Reverse Interlinear Vulgate Deuterocanonical Old Testament
  4. The Latin-Greek Reverse Interlinear Vulgate New Testament
  5. The Latin-Greek Reverse Interlinear Vulgate: Deuterocanonical Old Testament, Variant Alignments
  6. The Latin-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Vulgate Old Testament
  7. The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear Deuterocanonical Old Testament Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition

Media Collections

  1. Faithlife Animations (subscription only)
  2. deSilva Teaching Materials, vol. 2 (subscription only)
  3. Mars Hill Media Collection (subscription only)
  4. Lexham Bible Dictionary Videos (subscription only)
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Sascha John | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 1:52 AM

also my Clementine Vulgate is an Interlinear since today

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Phil Gons (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 2:17 AM

Sascha John:

also my Clementine Vulgate is an Interlinear since today

Thanks. Added the interlinears to my post.

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Geo Philips | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 6:18 AM

Does subscription only mean 'Logos Now' and Logos Cloud only? I am guessing these items dont require their own subscriptions/

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Phil Gons (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 6:47 AM

Geo Philips:

Does subscription only mean 'Logos Now' and Logos Cloud only? I am guessing these items dont require their own subscriptions/

Yes. Sorry for not being clearer.

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John Kight | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 7:00 AM

Geo Philips:

Does subscription only mean 'Logos Now' and Logos Cloud only? I am guessing these items dont require their own subscriptions/

I would assume Logos Now subscription is in view here. But, with the change from "subscription" to "membership" it may bring confusion. If Logos Now is in view, Phil, it may be helpful to change it to "Membership Only" rather than "Subscription Only."

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Stephen Terlizzi | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 8:51 AM

No support for Personal Books on Mobile Devices?  :(

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 8:57 AM

Stephen Terlizzi:

No support for Personal Books on Mobile Devices?  :(

Mobile platform upgrades are independent of desktop upgrades - but I'm not aware of any current plans to provide this

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Stephen Terlizzi | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 9:09 AM

Graham Criddle:

Stephen Terlizzi:

No support for Personal Books on Mobile Devices?  :(

Mobile platform upgrades are independent of desktop upgrades - but I'm not aware of any current plans to provide this

Seriously? They prioritized an interactive on the Empty Tomb above providing mobile access to Personal Books. The latter would increase the benefit of Logos/Verbum multifold! IMHO.

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Steve

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Eli Evans (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 9:18 AM

Stephen Terlizzi:
Seriously? They prioritized an interactive on the Empty Tomb above providing mobile access to Personal Books. The latter would increase the benefit of Logos/Verbum multifold! IMHO.

They're completely different teams with non-transferrable skill sets. Smile

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Stephen Terlizzi | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Aug 22 2016 9:26 AM

Eli Evans:

Stephen Terlizzi:
Seriously? They prioritized an interactive on the Empty Tomb above providing mobile access to Personal Books. The latter would increase the benefit of Logos/Verbum multifold! IMHO.

They're completely different teams with non-transferrable skill sets. Smile

You redeploy the Engineering headcount to meet the customer requirements. You don't simply ignore the customer needs. IMHO.

Agape,

Steve

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Virgil Buttram | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 24 2016 9:15 AM

Stephen Terlizzi:

Eli Evans:

Stephen Terlizzi:
Seriously? They prioritized an interactive on the Empty Tomb above providing mobile access to Personal Books. The latter would increase the benefit of Logos/Verbum multifold! IMHO.

They're completely different teams with non-transferrable skill sets. Smile

You redeploy the Engineering headcount to meet the customer requirements. You don't simply ignore the customer needs. IMHO.

Agape,

Steve

Skillsets are non-redeployable. This would require dismissal of one skillset and hiring of another. Put yourself in the place of one so dismissed.

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Stephen Terlizzi | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 24 2016 11:11 AM

Virgil Buttram:

Stephen Terlizzi:

Eli Evans:

Stephen Terlizzi:
Seriously? They prioritized an interactive on the Empty Tomb above providing mobile access to Personal Books. The latter would increase the benefit of Logos/Verbum multifold! IMHO.

They're completely different teams with non-transferrable skill sets. Smile

You redeploy the Engineering headcount to meet the customer requirements. You don't simply ignore the customer needs. IMHO.

Agape,

Steve

Skillsets are non-redeployable. This would require dismissal of one skillset and hiring of another. Put yourself in the place of one so dismissed.

I understand very well that it may mean the transition of an employee. However, a successful technology company cannot let its future roadmap be governed only by its currently-available engineering resources.

Agape,

Steve

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 24 2016 12:36 PM

Stephen Terlizzi:
You redeploy the Engineering headcount to meet the customer requirements. You don't simply ignore the customer needs. IMHO.

The problem is that the interactives required almost no Engineering support. And as the two new interactives are of a different flavor than we have seen previously, I assumed they are testing the waters for more "teaching videos" that could be used in a church setting by a teacher untrained in the area.

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Eli Evans (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 24 2016 1:47 PM

MJ. Smith:
The problem is that the interactives required almost no Engineering support. And as the two new interactives are of a different flavor than we have seen previously, I assumed they are testing the waters for more "teaching videos" that could be used in a church setting by a teacher untrained in the area.

Yep. Those two interactives were made by artists and editorial staff using fancy web editing tools with just enough developer time to wrap it up in a package and ship it. And MJ guesses correctly that this is a pilot program for a new interactive production workflow we may (or may not) scale up in the future.

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