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  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Thanx Dave. I am slowing getting a picture of how it hangs together. Thx D
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Fri, May 31 2019
  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Ah ok - yeah that makes more sense. So to take an example from my case of interest, if I had the Discourse NT Dataset: SBLGNT Edition, I would need the SBLGNT resource to make any real use of it ? Thx D
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Interesting Philana and that raises the question again of how they differ and in particular how one would decide to use one over the other. The latter point though is likely decided by what the I/L as I suspect Logos doesn't provide the same I/L implemented in both ways. But perhaps I'm wrong. That said, not really an I/L fan myself, so at least in
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Thanx Dave. You strike a point I'm trying to get to. How can I get the function I want without unused resources. Strictly I want a reasonable Greek NT base text (SBL will do) and a few datasets (if that's the correct term - think it is) so that syntax and discourse queries are possible. I'm not sure this is actually possible and I get conflicting info
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Ok that actually helps a lot. Thanx Denise. Common too in old bodies of code to have such competing models that haven't fully been updated to the new way of looking at things. I tend to prefer standoff tagging rather than embedded to be honest but corrections require updates one way or the other. I'm guessing then that datasets were an attempt to disconnect
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Ok I think I get it. Problem is I'm a computer programmer so I'm at least in part imagining how it actually might work. But I think I'm starting to get it. Thx
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Thanx Rosie, JT, I got to that basic info at one point. It leaves open the question how the two relate. It seems that datasets in a sense, at least sometimes, act as an overlay over resources. So for example the SBLGNT is a resource I believe. One might acquire the discourse dataset or the clause dataset and those would allow one to do discourse or
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Terminology and basic overview of Logos

    Hi ya, I've played with Logos a bit a while ago and once could spell layout and so on. Now looking again I have questions that I think a decent glossary or basic doc page would go a long way to answering. For example, what is a resource as distinct from a dataset ? How are the two related ? and so on. Could anyone point me to such ? I cannot find a
    Posted to Logos 8 by Daniel on Wed, May 29 2019
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