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Hi everyone, what I'm attempting to do should be so easy but it seems to be failing me. I am trying to do a search in the Peshiṭta Psalms of every verb in the Pa''el stem that occurs 2 times or more. Thus, I have the following with the Range drop-down menu set to "Psalms" and have entered the following code: example% [COUNT 2+]@[VERB pael] When I look at the results in the "Analytics" tab there are verbs in there occurring 1x in the Psalms. What am I doing wrong here? Thank you!
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Can somebody please explain to me what is happening here? [COUNT 1] <AND> [RANGE Isaiah] returns 294 hits. [COUNT 1]@[NOUN properName] <AND> [RANGE Isaiah] returns 18 hits. [COUNT 1]@[NOUN -properName] <AND> [RANGE Isaiah] returns 200 hits. If I understand correctly, the first search query should be searching for every lemma that occurs once in the Hebrew Bible and returning those that are in Isaiah. The second is doing the same but only searching for proper names that occur once. The third is the same as the first except that it searches for every lemma that occurs once and is not a proper name. I'm no mathematician, but I'm pretty confident that 294 minus 18 does not equal 200. Am I interpreting something wrong?