This comment in another thread made me wonder how far ahead the syntax project has planned. Is there any information you can share with us regarding how soon the entire Greek or Hebrew syntax modules will be finished? As a followup question, have you thought much about where the project might go after this (like the septuagint?) and is there any chance that the syntax could eventually be linked to the key number english texts?
The Accordance Hebrew (and biblical Aramaic) modules are the product of a research project that was planned from the beginning as a 3-4 yr project. We are finishing the 2nd year — during the first two years, the obvious priorities were the tagging system itself (done a year ago) and the programming (almost perfected). Thus, our initial release included very few texts. But more have been done (and I am proofing them) and more are in process. The update in mid-summer will be substantial. And I do expect that we'll be finished (or very, very close) by the end of the 4th year.
On future plans, I have toyed with the idea of a follow-up LXX project and also with a Mishna project. No decisions or firms plans, though, until this project is near its end.
Associate Professor, Ancient Hebrew and Northwest Semitic Languages
Dept. of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
The University of Toronto