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  • Re: Bug: Clause Search on "bara" (created)

    Hi Dave: Thanks for pointing out these problems. There are a couple of different issues that I'm attempting to disentangle: some having to do with referent tagging, some having to do with semantic role tagging, and some having to do with syntactic structure (e.g., no agent is annotated when the verb is syntactically treated as a noun in Andersen-Forbes;
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Mon, Jun 10 2019
  • Re: Surprising Rendering in Bible Sense Lexicon

    As pertains to the Hebrew lemmas, I can say that those are well established usages. For 'ish for example, BDB lists the usage near the bottom of its article where it says "often distrib. = each, every ". The examples are followed by a plus sign indicating that only a sampling of the times that the word occurs with this meaning are included.
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • Re: Surprising Rendering in Bible Sense Lexicon

    Beloved: I can't speak to the Greek annotation directly since I didn't do it, but my guess is that this has to do with the word being plural. If that is the case, the shift in meaning is being taken as a function of morphology rather than as a part of the lexical semantics. This is in line with the structure of the article on πᾶς in BDAG where
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Nov 29 2018
  • Re: Case Frames (which is an amazing tool when you get it) displaying wrong semantic role (Eph 1:22)

    Hi Ryan: We are glad that you are interacting with the semantic role data, and thank you for pointing this out. You are correct that the tagging is off and that the church should be the Benefactive here. I am working on getting this updated. .Jeremy
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Nov 8 2018
  • Re: Parsing error in Lexham Hebrew Bible?

    Hi Michel: I just wanted to give a brief update. Our consensus was that we don't want to violate our morph tagging principle of annotating based on form for only one issue. If we handled issues like these, we would want to do so more comprehensively. For example, annotating based on function would almost certainly mean changes to our preposition tagging
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Tue, Oct 23 2018
  • Re: BUG? Misunderstanding on my part? Error in tagging? Propositional Outlines

    Hi MJ: I will expand our definition to make it clear that it metaphorically extends from persons to objects. I will also update the limitations section of our documentation. Unfortunately in most of the texts listed above there is something garbled in the translation from Hebrew to English. And, that is something that we should make users aware of.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Mon, Oct 1 2018
  • Re: Parsing error in Lexham Hebrew Bible?

    And, it turns out that you are a better searcher than I am . I will bring up this issue with our core texts team to hash out and see what conclusions we come to. For the time being, though, if this is a search that you need and Westminster is available to you, it is currently possible: <WestMorph ~ ncfp?> INTERSECTS *ים
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Fri, Sep 28 2018
  • Re: Parsing error in Lexham Hebrew Bible?

    For the sake of clarity, here is what the same search looks like in Westminster: <WestMorph ~ ncfp?+S???E?> BEFORE 2 WORDS <WestMorph ~ afp?+S???E?> . Note all of the occurrences of nouns with ות endings mixed in the with the nouns with ים ending due to the tagging of the nouns according to syntactic/semantic gender.
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Sep 27 2018
  • Re: Parsing error in Lexham Hebrew Bible?

    [quote user="Michel Pauw"] The other aspect that pleads for the syntactical gender is that it then allows you to search for other (syntactically) 'feminine' with masculine endings, which now is not possible. [/quote] Michel: I'm not sure what you are suggesting makes this search possible. If the words are tagged as feminine, then you are no longer able
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Sep 27 2018
  • Re: Parsing error in Lexham Hebrew Bible?

    I am not sure why this didn't post the first time. I apologize if it doubles up at some point: FWIW, WIVU annotates as masculine as well, but Westminster annotates as feminine. I'm not sure either the presupposition to annotate according to form or prototypical function works out perfectly either way. For example, in Job 41:22 (English 41:30) the presuppositions
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Sep 26 2018
  • Re: Parsing error in Lexham Hebrew Bible?

    FWIW, WIVU annotates as masculine as well, but Westminster annotates as feminine. I'm not sure either the presupposition to annotate according to form or prototypical function works out perfectly either way. For example, in Job 41:22 (English 41:30) the presuppositions of LHB and WIVU get the form and function of תַּ֭חְתָּיו correct, while Westminster
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Sep 26 2018
  • Re: Search all Commands in the OT given to the nations (or gentiles)

    I'm not aware of a good way to search *all* foreign nations yet, but you can easily search for specific foreign nations. For example, you can search for the Babylonians with {Label Command} INTERSECTS {Addressee <Person Babylonians>} . You can play around with that addressee field and collect quite a few probably by inputting Assyrians, Egyptians
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Fri, Aug 17 2018
  • Re: BUG in documentation? Blindness on my part? Propositional outlines

    Hi MJ: Thanks for pointing out the oversight in the documentation. I will try to get an update in queue as soon as possible.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Jul 5 2018
  • Re: Bible Sense Lexicon

    Hi MIchel: The Bible Sense Lexicon has analyzed κλαίω as a more specific kind of crying than δακρύω, similar to the difference in English between bawling and crying. So, in the BSL hierarchy κλαίω is at a subordinate level to δακρύω . This is why
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, May 31 2018
  • Re: Jesus as Israel

    This is not a chart, but a section from a Lexham Bible Dictionary article: https://ref.ly/logosres/lbd?ref=biblio.at%3dJesus%2c%2520Temptation%2520of%7cau%3dDunne%2c%2520John%2520Anthony&off=3278 There are links to commentaries and example verses. If you follow some of those links, perhaps you might find what you're looking for.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, May 10 2018
  • Re: Bug: returns some weird results

    We need a "..." like on other messaging systems to see when someone else is typing a response
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: Bug: returns some weird results

    Thanks, Mark. The hierarchy for supernatural-being is definitely mixed up as well at the higher levels. As per the documentation on the BSL, we made use of English WordNet for drafting the hierarchy. This error seems to be a holdover from that process that didn't get removed when we added our own hierarchy for supernatural-being (i.e., child of supernatural
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: Bug: returns some weird results

    I was just about to comment with roughly the same reply: it looks like "event" at least needs to be moved in the hierarchy. I'll make that change and take a look at the other categories underneath "internal feature" as well. I'll get changes in queue as soon as I'm able. In general, the higher the levels are in the hierarchy the more abstract and fuzzy
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Apr 18 2018
  • Re: Please HELP: Confused about Sentence Type Tagging

    Hello Kiyah: Just to clarify a bit more: Matthew 5:20 as a whole is not double-tagged, rather it is treated as two sentences with one embedded within the other: " For I tell you, unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven " and "unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Mar 15 2018
  • Re: Why does cantillation appear in a lemma?

    The ole accent is used by Biblical Hebrew lexicons to indicate where a syllable other than the standard default one is accented. In the case of Hebrew the default is the final syllable for most word classes, so you will often find this symbol when the first syllable is accented. You can find an explanation in the Abbreviations section of Brown-Driver
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Mon, Jan 22 2018
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