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#1 mpratt



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Posted 31 January 2008 - 08:11 AM

I'm new to Accordance and trying to learn how and when to use Stand-alone Commands. Can someone provide me with a few examples of how this search function works? (Link, contents, hits...etc.)

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Posted 31 January 2008 - 08:18 AM

Please see chapter 8 of the User's Guide for detailed examples, especially at the end of the chapter. If you do not have the Guide for 7.4 you can download it here.
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Posted 31 January 2008 - 03:29 PM

Helen is correct that the User's Guide is a great resource.

Since I had cause to use some of these commands, today, I can give you a simple example.

I was working with an online commentary that connected 2Peter 1:19 and John 5:35. I knew from the comments that the connection involved the word "lamp" (λύχνος), but I thought it be implying more words in common. So I set up the following windows/tabs:

GNT-T2 (numbered 2 only because I had another, unrelated, GNT-T tab open)-set to search Words
* <AND> [RANGE 2Peter 1:19]

GNT-T2 (set to search Words)
[HITS GNT-T 2] <AND> [RANGE John 5:35]

This quickly marked the words in common between the two verses.


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