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#1 Nathan Parker

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Posted 03 June 2014 - 09:28 PM

I have some "visual filers" created in Logos that take some of the morph searches I've done and displays the search results visually in a text. Does Accordance have any way to do this, or are Visual Filters more like a "crutch" and really something I shouldn't be using too heavily anyway when working with Biblical language texts (so I can better work with the text itself)? Plus with Instant Details and some of the Search Analysis features, I may be better off using those.

 

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Posted 04 June 2014 - 07:29 AM

You may be able to reproduce this using the "highlight all hits" command in Accordance.  I would suggest creating one (or more) new Highlights sets for these.

 

Then run a search for the elements you want to be highlighted in a particular way--for example, a search for [VERB] will find all verbs.  Once the search is run, click on one of the hit items, right click/control click/two finger click to bring up the contextual menu, and choose "Highlight All Hits" then choose the highlight style you want.

 

I've done this for hapax, for example.


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Posted 04 June 2014 - 07:35 AM

Nathan,

 

You are better off not using visual filters, at least at the outset. However, if you want to narrow in on a verse and do a detailed analysis, try selecting the original language passage and making a diagram. Accordance highlights the various parts of speech in different colors to make diagramming easier.


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Posted 04 June 2014 - 01:25 PM

Sounds good! I'll give Diagramming a try once I get to understanding the languages so I can better analyze passages. I agree I should drift away from Visual Filters. I'm wanting to better get a grip on the languages myself without just relying on software, lexicons, etc. I appreciate all of the "helps", but there's no substitute to taking the time and effort to learn the real thing. :-)

 

I will also check into the Highlight All Hits command as well just in case I need to use it.

 

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