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  1. mikep

    MT-LXX search

    The stats I've got from a search don't make sense. Below is a screen shot. The BHS shows 760 occurrences of nepes. The LXX shows 954 occurrences of psyce. The MT-LXX merge search shows 1352 hits (by paragraph). This is impossible. There can't be more exact matches than there are occurrences of an individual word. I though that maybe the hits count was doubled making exact matches (1352/2) which would sound about right. That seems to be what has happened in Hosea as shown by two occurrences in MT-LXX tab but four in the analytics table. But it can't be the case for every hit as Isaiah has 61 hits in analytics which obviously hasn't been doubled. Am I misunderstanding something or is this a bug? On a separate note. I know that it is possible to tie a text to the results of the MT-LXX search so I can see the whole verse. But it still shows verses in between the result hits that I'm not interested in. Is it possible to only view verses that occur in the search results of MT-LXX as a separate text tab?
  2. Utilizing Accordance's new interlinear feature, I quickly realized how useful it would be to compare the MT and LXX in interlinear view. Combining the MT/LXX database with the interlinear feature seems to be a logical next step. Perhaps such a request can be added to the continually lengthening list of future features.
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