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  1. Hello Everyone, Sometimes I have a need to exclude the (No Key number) found in my resulting text window. Does anyone know what the syntax should look like to eliminate this from occurring? The benefit for me is it would cut down the number of hits found in both the text module, and Analysis pane. Example: If you select the ESV module and type in the search field: rise up @ [KEY H*] and hit enter the results in the Analysis window will show Rise = 4 H6965 qum קוּם = 1 (No Key number) = 3 rise = 23 (No Key number) = 23 Thank you for your time and expertise. D.
  2. David Christensen

    Using MT-LXX with MT-ETCBC?

    Background Information and Context I am trying out Accordance for original language searching, and I was inspired by this blog (http://bibleandtech.blogspot.com/2018/03/finding-hebrew-words-translated-by.html) which cited this forum post (https://forums.accordancebible.com/topic/23369-lxx-vs-mt-lxx-search-results). They illustrated how one could conduct an LXX search in Accordance and then, if one had the MT-LXX module, they would be able to generate an analysis that listed each Greek cognate and what Hebrew terms they rendered (see esp. Joel Brown's comment). After reading that entire thread above, I saw how Ben Gladd needed the HMT-W4 module for his LXX to MT search to work. I do not have that module; instead, I have the MT-ETCBC module and apparatus that came with my initial Accordance 13 collection. I have the MT-LXX and MT-LXX2 Parallels (the latter just purchased in an attempt to fix my issue but to no avail). Steps to Recreate my Search I open a tagged Rahlf's LXX tab (LXX1). I search Words for +αἶσχος and receive 264 results. Note: I run into the same problem if I search for just αισχυνω. These I display by selecting the pie icon on that tab, and choosing Analysis under the "Word Count Totals" context sub-menu. Then I select the gear and customize display in order to pull over the "MT-LXX Lex" item described in the aforementioned thread. However, I do not have any MT-LXX draggable items in the left-hand column (image below). For this reason, I am unable to recreate the analytical output described in the links above. The pie chart process runs into the same problem (i.e., no MT-LXX filter options). My Questions Am I unable to use the MT-LXX and MT-LXX2 modules because I do not have the HMT-W4 module? Or, am I doing something wrong? Thank you everyone for your help!
  3. Hello The Analysis didn't work on converted User Tools http://accordancefiles2.com/helpfiles/OSX12/Default.htm#topics/05_dd/convert_user-tool.htm#kanchor453 if they are now regular Tools in 12.0.6. Also on Devotions and Other Books it doesn't work either. I don't have tested it by all 23 categories but it would be great if it's work on all. It would be great if it works on User Tools and Notes, Papers etc... too. Greetings Fabian
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. farcas

    Concordance analysis

    At present the concordance analysis feature breaks down each lex. If I look for a phrase, I'd like to see the phrases kept together. I think this would make a huge improvement. Thanks!
  7. Fabian

    Mouse Over in Analysis

    Hello It would be cool if the preset lexicon comes if I do a Mouse-Over in the Analysis. Greetings Fabian
  8. The Vocab list we get from the Analysis Window is nice. But as you know, Vocab Books usually give definitions according to different stems. That is also the way professors would like students to memorize. I'm wondering, is it possible to give definitions alongs with the stems, as it is done in vocab books such as Van Pelt& Pratico's Vocabulary Guide and Larry Mitchel's A student's Vocabulary for Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic. If it allow users to edit the database, or let the users to choose user-made database, it would be great.
  9. Is it possible to use the Analysis feature to find themes? For example, the book of Philippians is known for joy. What I'm wondering is if I can look at word frequencies and such to help determining the theme of a book or passage. If it is possible I would appreciate an example to follow.
  10. version 10.2 announcement of new things says you can see syntax tags after doing the analysis of a word. I followed the example of theos with same number of words found, 1317. but when customizing the search for syntax, it does not show those results. Simply says it is "untagged." But I am using GNT-T, same as the example on Accordance website. What am I doing wrong?
  11. I was wondering if I could create a Hebrew Reader... I want to read the first 10 chapters of Genesis and have a screen with definitions of rare words. Right now I do the following: [RANGE Gen 1:1-Gen 10:32] <and> [COUNT 1-10] Then, I run an Analysis and get my basic list of words that occur 1 to 10 times in this range. 1) I would like to see # of occurances in the OT, not in this range 2) I would like the Analysis to return words below a # of occurances in the OT, not this range. Right now, my returned analysis list has lots of words that occur quite often in the OT. Is this possible? Thank you.
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