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  1. Timothy Jenney

    #152) Research and Research Analytics

    Our latest podcast, #152) Research and Research Analytics, is now available at https://vimeo.com/204571194. Research is Accordance's fastest, most comprehensive search of mutiple resources. It replaced the older Search All in Accordance 11. Now, in Accordance 12, it features its own set of Research Analytics. Research + Research Assistant is a powerful combination that allows us to dig deeper into our search results than ever before. It identifies relevant passages and resources quickly and easily. It’s like having our very own research assistant, available to do our bidding whenever and wherever we are. [Accordance 12: Intermediate] Related podcasts: Analyzing Search Results (Lighting the Lamp Video Podcast #138) accordancebible.com/Analyzing-Search-Results Improved Analytics (Lighting the Lamp Video Podcast #151) accordancebible.com/Improved-Analytics
  2. Timothy Jenney

    #151) Improved Analytics

    If you are brand new to Accordance's Search Analytics (Analyses), consider watching #138) Analyzing Searches first, as it contains more basic information. This week's podcast, #151) Improved Analytics, covers Accordance 12's improvements to these features. They not only feature updated graphics, but allow us to dig deeper into our search results than ever before. We can now zoom and pan graphs, explore interactive Charts and individual Chart segments, triple-click a term in Analysis to see just those occurrences, even click a reference in the Concordance to open it in its own Text pane. Join me (Dr. J) as we highlight these features and other improvements in Accordance 12’s Search Analytics.
  3. Timothy Jenney

    #138) Analyzing Search Results

    Here's another updated podcast: [Accordance 11: Intermediate] Now that we’ve completed a word search, what’s next? Analyzing the results, of course! Every copy of Accordance includes a suite of analytical tools: graphs, charts, tables, etc. In this podcast, Dr. J explains each of them—and the kinds of insights we can expect when we use them to investigate our search results. https://vimeo.com/162426834
  4. Timothy Jenney

    #108) The Former Book, O Theophilus

    Got a difficult Bible passage to solve? Check out our latest Lighting the Lamp podcast. http://youtu.be/M3gxGMUbAzE
  5. I would like to suggest a Drag tool (maybe by holding down the space bar, like in Photoshop or other graphics/pdf programs) for the timeline and the atlas, to facilitate quick diagonal (or non-linear) movement, which isn't as quick to do with the scrollbars. And along with that, also to allow (for the Windows version, at least) the Ctrl+MouseWheel combination to quickly zoom in/out of a map or timeline. Also, I think it is also useful to allow zoom in/out of the Hits Graph (with '+' or '-' buttons, or via Ctrl+MouseWheel), to get to identify and view the graph hit points with more precision.
  6. tks454

    Hits Graph

    So I did a search and then opened up a hits graph related to that search and tried to double click within the graph in order for it take me to another verse and nothing happened. Am I doing something wrong?
  7. Say, I did a search on the Hebrew word keseph in Judges and type in <range judges> <and> ksp. Then I click on Hits Graph to see the result. The x-axis of the graph always shows the whole range of books from Genesis to 2 Chronicles. Is there a way to narrow the x-axis down to one particular book or area? Thanks.
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