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  • Re: Clause search with Boolean and proximity operators

    One example is to use INTERSECTS to look at two characteristics of a word, such as: verb-lemma: ἀγαπάω INTERSECTS verb-morph:VA?I This search finds no results, although each search term finds something. This would not be necessary if the Morph search syntax were possible: lemma: ἀναγγέλλω
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Thu, Apr 28 2022
  • Re: Clause search with Boolean and proximity operators

    The Help resource does not say anything about which operators are available, although the examples on the Search panel do show some. However, t he examples for the ANDNOT have the wrong syntax. It says: object:Holy Spirit AND NOT subject:God This returns nothing. It should be: object:Holy Spirit ANDNOT subject:God This example also fails for the same
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 27 2022
  • Clause search with Boolean and proximity operators

    As far as I can see Clause search does not allow Boolean or proximity operators, such as OR, ANDNOT, WITHIN, BEFORE and INTERSECTS. Is there a different syntax for these operators in Clause searches or are these features missing? This weakens an otherwise useful feature.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 27 2022
  • Re: Tagging Greek words with multiple roots in the New Testament

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"] Hi Harry. You'll note that all of your examples of prefixed prepositions are actually combinations of prepositions, which is why they "made the cut" earlier. FWIW, we agree this work should be done. I just have absolutely no idea when it might happen (but I know it won't be soon). [/quote] Yeah. I thought they
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, Apr 26 2022
  • Re: Clause search inconsistencies

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko"]Clause Search deals with people, places, and thing references. Factbook deals with references from multiple datasets that have been merged together into "equivalent reference groups" via the Unified Annotation Vocabulary dataset.[/quote] Is it fair to say the following: All Clause tags are also in the Factbook, but not
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 25 2022
  • Re: Clause search inconsistencies

    Thanks for checking into the Clause search. I am still finding some of these very similar tags confusing. Can someone clarify the difference between these tags: place:Territory of Judah [evidently the geographical boundaries of the land allocated to the tribe of Judah] place:Judah (kingdom) [I could not find this in Factbook] place:Judea [Factbook defines
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 25 2022
  • Searching for Speaker in a Clause search

    Does the Clause search allow searching for Speaker or Addressee?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 25 2022
  • Clause search inconsistencies

    I am trying to understand the meaning of some of the various "Judah" options in a Clause search. The following refer to persons: person:Judah (patriarch) refers to the Patriarch of Israel. Does person:Kingdom of Judah refer to the members of the tribe of Judah? person:Judas (ancestor of Jesus): why would this be distinct from person:Judah (patriarch
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 25 2022
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Integrate Clause search terms

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] See Add multiple search scopes for Bible search | Faithlife which just was moved into "in progress" -- there or via email make sure Mark Barnes and Bradley know what you see the requirements as being. [/quote] Yes. I previously added my vote for this. I am glad to hear it is "in progress." It would be an awesome addition to
    Posted to Suggestions by Harry Hahne on Sun, Apr 24 2022
  • Re: Tagging Greek words with multiple roots in the New Testament

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"]Since I'm the one who did the original analysis and made the decision not to analyze prefixed prepositions, I can say that there is a fuzzy line somewhere between the way roots were implemented for the New Testament and a complete morphemic analysis (like that of Greenlee's NT Morpheme Lexicon). I chose to stop
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Sun, Apr 24 2022
  • Clause searches with morphology

    A Clause search can include the morphology of verbs, although the syntax is a bit different than Morph searches: Morph search: @V??I Clause search: verb-morph:V??I I have a few questions about entering morphology in Clause searches: 1. Is there a way to specify the morphology of a verb with a particular lemma? In a Morph search, to find the imperatives
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Sun, Apr 24 2022
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Integrate Clause search terms

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] One of the most common sources of false positives (or negatives) in search for those of us who are not original language students is that we are forced to use form (morphology) as if it were function (grammatical/semantic roles). In addition, meaning is built out of clauses and sentences not verses and chapters. Please integrate
    Posted to Suggestions by Harry Hahne on Sun, Apr 24 2022
  • Re: Search differences on Nestle-Aland and United Bible Societies Greek New Testaments

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]I'm trying to find out why this might be happening. I'll let you know what I find out.[/quote] Thanks! It sure looks like a bug to me. They are the same Greek text, except for a few differences in punctuation and different footnotes. It seems to be the footnote indicator that is throwing off the search in the UBS5. I
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Searching for grammatical feature within a quotation

    I know I can find quotations where a certain person is a speaker. For example: {Speaker <Person Jesus>} I want to search for a certain word or morphology within the quotation itself? I want to limit the search to the contents of the quotation rather than the verse as a whole. The way I am doing this is as follows. Suppose I want to find where
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Re: Search differences on Nestle-Aland and United Bible Societies Greek New Testaments

    Here is a screen shot comparing the same search on NA28 and UBS5 Greek New Testaments. It shows that changing the proximity from BEFORE 2 WORD to BEFORE 2 WORDS finds the verse with the words that are adjacent in UBS5.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 20 2022
  • Search differences on Nestle-Aland and United Bible Societies Greek New Testaments

    I am trying to determine why I get different search results on the Nestle-Aland (NA28) and United Bible Societies (UBS5) Greek New Testaments. Both have the same Greek text, but minor differences in punctuation. For example, a Morphological search in the book of Titus for @N BEFORE 1 WORDS lemma:καί produces the following differences: In
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 20 2022
  • Allowing but not requiring a word in a Morph Query

    I have a couple of questions about creating Morph Query Documents. 1. How can I set up an optional term in a Morph Query? I would want to allow but not require a certain type of word (or words) in a specific position. An example would to allow a post-positive conjunction to appear between an article and a noun, but I don't want to require it. 2. Is
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 18 2022
  • Copying a Morph Query Document

    Is there a way to copy a Morph Query document so I can create a new query that is a modification of an existing one?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 18 2022
  • Finding a word in a certain position in a sentence

    Is it possible to use a Morph Query to find a word (or type of word) in a certain position in the sentence? For example, suppose I want δέ to be the third word, I don't care what occurs as the first and second word. I know this can be done with a Syntax search, but setting these up can be finicky, I am hoping that other types of searches allow
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Fri, Apr 8 2022
  • Tagging Greek words with multiple roots in the New Testament

    Logos is inconsistent about the tagging of the roots of Greek words in the Greek New Testament and (as a result) the reverse interlinear Bibles. Some Greek words come from multiple roots. For example, ἐκβάλλω ("cast out") comes from the roots ἐκ ("out") and βάλλω ("throw"). Similarly ἀναγινώσκω
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 6 2022
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