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Greek Diagrams (not for iOS)

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Category: Greek Bibles   |   Install Options: Download only

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This resource requires Accordance 10.1 or above, and is not compatible with the iOS app.

This impressive database of diagrams was built from the ground up to work with Accordance. It includes prepared diagrams of the Greek New Testament that scroll in sync with your Bible by verse reference.

This module is a work in progress, and currently covers Acts, the Epistles, and Revelation. Diagrams for the remaining New Testament books will be provided in free updates as they are completed.

4/2/13 Update to Version 2.0—New modules added: Hebrews, James, 1 and 2 Peter, 1-3 John, and Jude.

11/14/13 Update to Version 2.5–New modules added: Acts and Revelation

Greek Diagrams (not for iOS) is included with the following packages:

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Greek Master 11.13 add-on
$2,499.99

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October 2, 2013  |  2:14 PM  |  Good (4)
Diagrams are one of the best tools, in my opinion, to understand the Greek text, especially in regards to the relationships between the words and phrases. This module does exactly that. So in that regard this is an extremely helpful module.

What I like about these diagrams:

First, the diagram(s) flows right along with the text (like every other module from Accordance). This helps because of my second critique below.

Second, it shows you the exact verse you're on unlike other the diagrams from other Bible software, which only give you a range, leaving it difficult to find your place on occasion. Accordance diagrams show precisely where you are.

Third, colors are great. (Maybe a color key can be included in the next version?) Using those colors helps you see at a glance which words are unlike the rest in the list.

My critique of it includes three things.

One, the display sizes move in large increments, like going from size 8 font to size 14 font in ...
Diagrams are one of the best tools, in my opinion, to understand the Greek text, especially in regards to the relationships between the words and phrases. This module does exactly that. So in that regard this is an extremely helpful module.

What I like about these diagrams:

First, the diagram(s) flows right along with the text (like every other module from Accordance). This helps because of my second critique below.

Second, it shows you the exact verse you're on unlike other the diagrams from other Bible software, which only give you a range, leaving it difficult to find your place on occasion. Accordance diagrams show precisely where you are.

Third, colors are great. (Maybe a color key can be included in the next version?) Using those colors helps you see at a glance which words are unlike the rest in the list.

My critique of it includes three things.

One, the display sizes move in large increments, like going from size 8 font to size 14 font in Microsoft Word. It would be great to have a section in between those two. (I realize much of this depends on your monitor size and resolution, but I consider myself pretty normal, as I use the default 13" Macbook resolution.) This problem also manifests itself when the display size is too large, forcing the text outside the window in use. Since swiping/scrolling over does not work, you simply have to make the pane size larger or make the font smaller in order to see all the text.

Two, much to my disappointment, this text is not tagged, meaning you cannot hover over a word and have it show you the English translation, or even have it show you which Greek word it is diagramming. If there's a way to enable this, I am unable to find it.

Three, I am unable to find a way to print a PDF of the diagrams. All of my PDFs came out blank. Feel free to comment and explain how to do that.

Two things to know if you are thinking of buying (and these are neither positive nor negative; just something to be aware about):

First, the diagram module essentially defaults to automatic context. That is, when you have Titus 1, for instance, as your text the pane will only show Titus 1 if you have the slider set to 0. But even if you have the context slider at 0, the diagram module will still slide from Titus 1 to 2 Timothy or Philemon even though that's not in your search.

Second, in lists such as Titus 2 where there are a mix of both adjectives and verbals, the diagrammers do not differentiate like some diagrams/diagrammers do by placing them on a stilted level ("upper standard" in Accordance language). Again, this isn't good or bad, just something to be aware of.

This module will be much used in my library and I look forward to taking advantage of it.
November 16, 2012  | 12:57 AM  |  Mediocre (2)
I'm only giving it two stars because it does not include all of the New Testament yet. I am currently teaching through The Gospel of John, and so I need it urgently. Please have it available for update as soon as you all can. At any rate, it is a great tool and I can't wait until there is one available for the OT.

Once this tool includes the rest of the NT, I will change the up on my rating. Thank you!

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