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The latest podcast completes the update of our series on Search Commands. Explore intertextuality with [iNFER] and Search Back!

 

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While this podcast let it be known that there is a search command for intertextual allusions and quotations, it was not helpful as a step-by-step guide.

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Hi, Dennis!

 

Our podcasts do try to inform our viewers of Accordance's features, and provide enough information they can start using each of them. Podcasts aren't the best medium to provide comprehensive information, although many users tell us they find them very helpful.

 

There is a step-by-step guide available in Accordance Help, here: http://file:///Applications/Accordance.app/Contents/Resources/Accordance%20Help/Default.htm#topics/06_braa/infer_6.htm. I do realize that some people prefer information in written form. We are please to offer it both ways.

 

We plan to offer a more advanced podcast on "Exploring Intertextuality" in the future. Perhaps it will better meet your needs.

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  • 3 months later...

A great vodcast - it's good to see it works well across different text modules as well.

Specifically, searching for LXX in GNT, although it seems that it needs to be in [FUZZY 1] to find anything in search back (I copied your Revelation/Genesis search).

Thanks again.

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Thanks, Douglas!

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