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  • Re: Graphing Search Results from a collection

    I know this is an old post, but I'm refreshing because I'm really hoping there is some way to generate a single bar graph using results from across both the Greek LXX and the Greek NT.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: OT: Bibleworks ceases operation as of June 15, 2018

    BibleWorks does indeed focus on original language study and resources, but they have a ton of other resources like full tagged Greek/English versions of Josephus and Philo, Wallace's Greek Grammar beyond the Basics, etc... They also have the CNTTS resource with notated images of the original texts (mss: 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 012, 032, 1141. Then look
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Bringing Your BibleWorks User Content to Logos

    Adding my interest to this possibility...
    Posted to General by Mark Hoffman on Tue, Jun 5 2018
  • Re: Finding Hebrew words translated by a Greek word in the LXX

    Thank you, Mark! You'll see that I updated my blog post to reflect your comments. Using the Lexham Analytical Lexicon is clearly the way to go for this task. You'll see that I added the following comments: When it says the סלה is the word 4x, it actually is referring to the number of verses, not the number of times. (The word occurs twice in 4Kgs (2Kings
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Mar 24 2018
  • Re: Popup version selection - Can multiple versions be displayed?

    Excellent! Thanks for that tip. That accomplishes what I want.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Mon, Jan 15 2018
  • Popup version selection - Can multiple versions be displayed?

    When you hover the mouse over a Bible reference, you can get a popup display of that verse or passage. The version that is displayed is determined by the prioritization of the Bibles in your library. Maybe I'm not finding it, but what I would like is for the popup to display in my prioritized version and also in at least one other version. (E.g., have
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Mon, Jan 15 2018
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    Oh, my! I'm impressed! Yes, the Syntax search is powerful, but that's a lot of work. Could you have gotten all the results without knowing the verses to see what you were looking for? Thanks again!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sun, Aug 27 2017
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    Hi, Ryan. You must have changed your initial search a bit to get these expanded results. (I ran your initial one you posted and got 10.) The two you are missting are Luke 11.1 and Acts 19.1. Thanks again for sharing your expertise.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sun, Aug 27 2017
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    Thank you, Ryan! I see how you constructed your list. I also do not understand why it returned so few hits. It give Luke 9.29 but not 9.18 which appear to me to be identically constructed in Cascadia. It also misses all the ones that are εγενετο δε εν τω INF, but the Cascadia
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    It might be just something when working with the Morph Query. (And note that the Morph Query does not run on the other Logos LXX texts.) When I look at the LXX in a normal text tab and enable multiple resources, Swete and Rahlf's and the NRSV (or other English text) line up correctly even though Swete's has the different versification. Thanks again
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    That's an issue with using Swete's LXX, I think. It's versification doesn't always match up with the standard LXX (which doesn't always match up w/ Hebrew or English versions). I was wondering why the search results were returning 2 set of responses for Swete and Swete's Alternative texts. Keep scrolling down to the 2nd set, and you'll see that the
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    Just got it to run. That is very nice... I did find that I can't use εγενετο as a surface search unless I add all the forms. (I just used a lemma aor indic 3 s of γινομαι) Now, is there a way to graph results? Even if I just use a single morph resource, I'm not seeing a
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Re: Help needed with a search

    Thank you, Graham. How did I miss this? Thanks for drawing my attention to it. Unfortunately, as I am now trying to construct and run a search, I keep getting a server error.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Help needed with a search

    Luke uses an ἐγενετο ἐν τῳ INFINITIVE construction 21 times in the Gospel. I like to demonstrate to my students that in doing so, Luke is echoing LXX wording (which in turn is reflecting the underlying Hebrew construction). It is not particularly eloquent Greek and is not used (as far as I can tell) in non
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 26 2017
  • Re: Graphing Search Results from a collection

    Thanks, Dave!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sun, Aug 20 2017
  • Re: Graphing Search Results from a collection

    Brilliant! Thank you! That gives me exactly what I want for the Results Map. It doesn't seem to work, however, for the charts which only show NA28 even if the LXX boxes are checked.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Graphing Search Results from a collection

    There are many times when I want to search the Greek of both the Old and New Testaments. I created a collection using Septuagint w/ Logos Morphology, Septuagint w/ Logos Morphology (Alternate Texts), and the Nestle-Aland GNT 28. Searches run fine and return results from all 3 texts. When I try to graph results, however, it only 'sees' the NA28 results
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Hoffman on Sat, Aug 19 2017
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