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  1. I think I can change this in settings, but I am not sure where or how. I am not sure if the settings are different for different actions, so I will describe specifically what I am doing. I am starting with an English text and have a random word open and looking at the analytics. I see that this word has been translated multiple ways, and I can triple click each word to see specific verses using whatever translation. With that as probably unnecessary preface, I have really severe carpel tunnel. It got bad enough that I moved to my left hand, and have thus acquired carpel tunnel in both hands. As a result, I just really can't triple click. Is there a way in the settings to change the triple click to something else? I thought of the live click, but that seems to work just with the text and would not work clicking in analytics. Thanks for any ideas anyone has. Kristin
  2. I am not sure if I should be posting this in general or languages, but it is a question concerning Analytics. I had opened the Greek to look at the words in Luke. I opened the Analytics fine, but I was hoping to see the key numbers also. So I clicked "Show Key Numbers" but instead of showing the key number it would tell me the gender of the words. Is there a way to include the key numbers in the analytics with the Greek text? Thanks, Kristin
  3. I apologize ahead of time if this has been suggested or discussed already, but I looked everywhere and didn't find any mention of it. What I would love most at this point would be the ability to create use tools that are as powerful (or close to as powerful) as official OakTree modules. At the very least the ability to use analytics on my own modules would be absolutely wonderful. I mention this because there are texts out there (public domain of course) that I don't quite expect to see official modules for but that would be incredibly handy in my research. Specifically, I would love to use the powerful analytics and other features (perhaps even interlinear) of Accordance on texts like the Book of Mormon or the Koran. Perhaps the ability to create user reference tools could be a great start? Either that or the ability to purchase full modules for these texts from other religions?
  4. I am hoping to receive some clarity on how to see different forms in the NT Analytics. For example, in the NT the word often translated as "in" is sometimes lower case and spelled as ἐν and other times, such as Mt 3:1 it is upper case and spelled as Ἐν. (The forum is messing up the breathing mark, but you get the idea.) So I wanted to see how often it is spelled as Ἐν. So I typed ἐν and searched for the lexeme and opened the Analytics, but it says, " ἐν (+dat) in, with, by, to = 2752" but that is just not true as shown by Mt 3:1. I tried searching =Ἐν but I am getting results for ἐν. Is there a way to see this data in Analytics, or search for the forms? Thank you, Kristin
  5. It would be great to have an option to export some of the analytics data to a CSV type format. Thanks Jimmy
  6. After performing a search one of the Analytics Analysis reports is the ability to construct a Concordance. Currently the reference displayed is determined by a preference set in the Text Display pane's advance tab — where one can check "Abbreviate Book Name." This setting current effect all uses of Biblical references generated by Accordance. Now for papers, handout, etc. - targeted new believers I have preferred to use non abbreviated (i.e., full spelled out) book names. However, in the concordance report using full book names causes an look and feel issue given the length of book names from short one (e.g., Ruth, Mark, Luke, Jude, …) to long one (e.g., Song of Solomon, 1Corinthians, 2Thessalonians). It appears a tab is use to separate a verse reference from the excerpt, however the tab is not placed far enough away from the book name so that all excerpts line up beneath each other. Two solutions (at last come) to find — 1) Move the tab further to the right. But how far to move it would depend on the font size being displayed. Also moving can create a lot of undesired whit space for concordance built for a book whose name is short in length. As such I can appreciate to avoid a lot of coding why the current tab setting was picked. 2) If book name are displayed using abbreviated name of similar length — this issue goes away. Hence this solution seems desirable over the first. However, as using abbreviated book names is currently a global (Accordance wide) setting, this cause tingling it on and off frequently. Hence this new feature request: Just as the current Customize Display Dialog box for the Concordance display window allow one to show only first letter of hit word, add an option to display abbreviated book names here — than only effects all Concordance displays. This allows the verse references to be about the same length, and hence the tab placement easily set so that excepts align for all lines of the report, while also allowing full book name to be use elsewhere in Accordance displays.
  7. I'm interested in the plotting distribution of prepositional phrases in Hebrews referring to the Lord Jesus. The following search comes pretty close: *@ [PREPOSITION] αυτος@ [PRONOUN masculine singular] [range heb] But it includes a few cases where the pronoun refers to someone else. No problem: I load the verses I want into a reference list. But such a list doesn't count as a search, and analytics can't be invoked on it. So I open a text window in the text of my choice with the search command, [CONTENTS myreferencelist] All the verses I want show up there, but the hits count is 0, and analytics shows no hits. So now I utter, * <a> [CONTENTS myreferencelist] Finally I have something I can analyze--but the unit of analysis is now the individual word, not the verse. Is there a wildcard I can use instead of '*' that will hit once per VERSE instead of once per WORD? Alternatively, is there a way to edit the results of a search to remove selected items, and then do analytics on what's left? Perhaps someday Accordance will let me do a csv dump of the sequence numbers of my original hits, along with sequence numbers of the first and last words in each verse so I could align them. Then I can easily edit my hits and plot them outside of Accordance (something I could do with the secret Bibleworks 'scatter' command). Meanwhile, what incantation can I use here?
  8. Howdy! I think it would be wonderful if the mobil operating system of Accordance on iOS supported the ability to actually show a full workspace, or at least offer different tabs, as well as be able to perform some of the analytics for the original languages found on the desktop version. Just a thought. I know that Logos has those features available for their mobile software and that it is a major attraction for many users.
  9. 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.
  10. Let's say I want to search for any Hebrew infinitive/absolute verb which is followed by a verb in the same lexical form in the following texts: Hebrew Bible, Peshitta, Samaritan Pentateuch, Mishnaic Hebrew, Qumran Hebrew,. This is what I did: 1. I added new tabs for every text. 2. I did a Hebrew Construct search linked to the Hebrew Bible tab. 3. After getting the results, I copied "[LINK Hebrew Construct]" from the Hebrew tab and pasted it on the other tabs so that I could see results in the other corpora as well. By the way, is there another way to get the "Hebrew Construct" search results instantly in the parallel search tabs? 4. When I click on "Analytics," it only displays graphs and statistics of the current search tab. I wish I could see the graphs and statistics of all search tabs, namely, all the parallel texts in one graph. Can anybody tell me how to do it? Thanks, M.
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. Charles Grebe

    docking analytics window

    Hi. Is there a way to dock the analytics window so that it doesn't hide on me? thanks Charles
  14. Since a slideshow can only have one zone per workspace, is there any way to include a hits graph in a slideshow?
  15. jaredtorres


    I'm learning Accordance still, so this is probably a beginner question. But I couldn't find an answer on the website. The question has to do with analytics. Let's say I'm looking at a psalm and I would like to know what the most common/frequently used words in the psalm are. I assume there is a feature in Accordance that would allow me to see word counts for a particular range. Is this possible? Jared
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