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  • Re: "No Results for selected lemma" in Morphology Charts

    [quote user="Eli Evans"] Yes. I saw the fix for this bug working on a developer's machine yesterday, and I expect that we'll push out the update shortly. [/quote] Sounds good! Can we expect this in an SR or will we need to wait for 6.4?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Reuben Helmuth on Today
  • Re: Non-Bible Word Study?

    It seems there must be two lists (or however they are represented), an incomplete one with lemmas, and one with the lemma-datatype-references that actually work. Maybe the lookup just picks the wrong one. On another note: afaik, even though there are homographs in many languages (words with different meanings and same writing, like 'bank' in English...
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by NB.Mick on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: Non-Bible Word Study?

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] [quote user="Eli Evans"]Guessing at these references is difficult-to-impossible[/quote] Hm. Greek characters point to Greek, Hebrew-ish characters to Hebrew? (must be different number ranges in Unicode, comparable to separating lowercase/uppercase alpha-characters in Ascii?) Assume there is no homograph - and when the guess-lookup...
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Eli Evans on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: Non-Bible Word Study?

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]Assume there is no homograph - and when the guess-lookup turns up two possible hits give both to choose from?[/quote] The point is that if the word isn't in the lemma list then it's not possible to disambiguate homographs. Logos wouldn't even know there were two possible hits.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Mark Barnes on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: Non-Bible Word Study?

    [quote user="Eli Evans"]Guessing at these references is difficult-to-impossible[/quote] Hm. Greek characters point to Greek, Hebrew-ish characters to Hebrew? (must be different number ranges in Unicode, comparable to separating lowercase/uppercase alpha-characters in Ascii?) Assume there is no homograph - and when the guess-lookup turns up two possible...
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by NB.Mick on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: Non-Bible Word Study?

    RE: The oddity. The reason the BWS will run from right click in cases where it won't run from the guide input box is that the guide runs not on lemmas but on a more narrowly-constructed thing called a lemma data type reference which, in addition to the raw characters, includes an identifier for the lexicographical analysis to which the lemma belongs...
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Eli Evans on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: Periphrastic Construction

    [quote user="Matt Jarka"]When I then try to search for just Perfect Particles in (lemma:εἰμί@VR?P), I get 13 results in 13 verses but Eph 2:8 is still not listed. [/quote] The morph tagging can't provide a result unless it is a participle! The (Perfect) Particle in Eph 2:8 is the verb following εἰμί
    Posted to Logos 6 by Dave Hooton on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Re: Lemma Word List Export

    Okay ... so I may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but for any who may be wondering the same thing you can Select the Table and then sort under the Layout tab in Word.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Neal on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Re: [unresolved] Visual Filter For Hebrew Pronominal Suffixes

    [quote user="Eli Evans"] Because many of the pronominal suffixes add a vowel to the last consonant of the stem, the pronominal suffixes are technically spelled with a leading vowel. Unicode rendering rules do not allow Hebrew runs to start with a vowel, so we can't render them independent of the word they're attached to. So we had two choices: 1) spell...
    Posted to Logos 6 by Fr Devin Roza on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Lemma Word List Export

    I have a Lemma word list and it is sorted alphabetically. However, when I Print/Export my Hebrew word list and take it over to Microsoft Word it sorts itself back into the order that it was inputted in. This doesn't make for a very useful listing. How can I get the sort to stick when it's transferred, or else how I can I resort in Word? I've tried exporting...
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Neal on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Re: Periphrastic Construction

    I believe the reason you aren't seeing Ephesians 2:8 appear in your results can be explained by the fact that the construction in 2:8 does not include εἰμί as a participle. Ephesians 2:8 is ἐστε σεσῳσμένοι: εἰμί is an indicative verb and σωζω...
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jacob Cerone on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Periphrastic Construction

    I am trying to find all the Periphrastic Constructions in the GNT and have used the morphology search query "lemma:εἰμί@V????P" to find all the 'to be' verbs + participles in NA27 w/ GRAMCORD. I get 160 results in 155 verses. I was expecting to see Eph 2:8 (e.g. "you have been saved") in the results as a perfect participle, but its not listed...
    Posted to Logos 6 by Matt Jarka on Mon, May 25 2015
  • Comparing the word frequency of in the Gospels

    The Analysis tool in the SEARCH feature is full of interesting possibilities. I did a SEARCH on <Person God> in BIBLE (Searching all Bible Text in Gospels in ESV) and then clicked on ANALYSIS in the upper right hand corner. Right-clicking on the menu bar where the column headings are. I checked "Book" which then appeared as one of the column headings...
    Posted to General by Ron Corbett on Mon, May 25 2015
  • Non-Bible Word Study?

    Is there a tool/guide that is best for researching Greek words that do NOT occur in the Bible? I have in mind something extremely similar to the Bible Word Study guide that Logos uses, but perhaps stripped down so it just has the sections for lemma, root, and textual searches? Some background to my question -- I am researching some Greek terms not found...
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Matthew on Sun, May 24 2015
  • Re: Word list question

    [quote user="Eric Ross"] Is there a way to rt-click the word/lemma and add it to a word list? This is similar to adding a clipping to "clippings". Having to cut/paste to the word list "Add" is very tedious. [/quote] Eric, If you open and create a new word list, you will have the option in the context menu to add a lemma to the list.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser on Fri, May 22 2015
  • Re: Word list question

    Is there a way to rt-click the word/lemma and add it to a word list? This is similar to adding a clipping to "clippings". Having to cut/paste to the word list "Add" is very tedious.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Eric Ross on Fri, May 22 2015
  • Re: The necessity of Jn 4.4

    You're right: it wasn't a geographical necessity, so it must Jesus must have found it necessary for other reasons. You might consider searching the gospels for other instances where Jesus found something to be a necessity, i.e. <Lemma = lbs/el/δεῖ> You'll find a couple of other references about Jesus' purposes in regard to travel...
    Posted to General by Allen Browne on Thu, May 21 2015
  • Re: The Most Useful Resource for Topic Studies

    What is most useful depends upon what information you are trying to get, what kind of questions you want to answer. As for the Factbook/Starter Guide inconsistency, the Factbook is curated data; the Start Guide is not. as for the other "discrepancies" - most of the topics are assigned based upon a particular person's particular interpretation of the...
    Posted to Logos 6 by MJ. Smith on Thu, May 21 2015
  • The Most Useful Resource for Topic Studies

    I am trying to find the most useful resource for Topical Studies. I am also tying to compare and contrast the various Logos tools. For example the Topic of Patience 1. Factbook list 135 passages plus 6 key verses 2. The Topic Guide list 48 passage plus 4 key verses 3. The Sermon Starter Guide list 147 passages plus 6 key passages 4. The Sense Lexicon...
    Posted to Logos 6 by John Brumett on Thu, May 21 2015
  • Keep your knowledge of Logos up to date with these updated readings lists:

    Logos System References and Blog Training Verbum Practicum w/ Verbum Blog Training Logos Academic Blog Training Logos/Verbum dataset and visualization information Samples: Logos manuals Greek Grammatical Constructions Documentation Logos Help Search BDAG Help Logos resource All Roads Lead to the Text: Eight Methods of Inquiry into the Bible | A Template...
    Posted to Logos 6 by MJ. Smith on Thu, May 21 2015
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