I'm glad that you're happy with the module. As for your questions, I'll try to answer them as good as I'm able.
1. It is, strictly speaking, not possible to do "full" morphological tagging of the texts i.e. covering every aspect of the many interpretations amongst scholars: There are some grammatical conventions where most scholars have reached a consensus, but there's a whole lot of disagreement, too, in terms of epigraphy, phonology, morphology and, ultimately, semantics. As for the general grammatical understanding of the language, I tend to agree mostly with Dennis Pardee and Josef Tropper. And where they disagree I often wind up agreeing with Pardee. I believe that the best solution to this problem is a text critical apparatus, which I'm currently preparing. But for now there's only my specific (tagged) interpretation of the Ba'lu Myth.
2. As a matter of fact, I have made an introductory module intended for those users who know their Hebrew but haven't ventured into the respective fields of Ugaritology and comparative Semitic philology. The introduction will at the same time explain how to use the tagged text module in addition to its grammatical ties. It's almost finished.
4. I, for one, would love to see the texts in their original alphabetic cuneiform! Sadly, it would likely be nothing more but a novelty, seeing that the texts are almost always transliterated in scholarship. It is obviously overkill to transliterate an alphabet containing only 30 graphemes (with three of these being alephs), but scholars tend only to write the graphemes if they're discussing epigraphy. And in that case, you'd be better off looking at the pictures of the tablets themselves. These are easily accessed, by the way. The people behind the West Semitic Research Project (who provided the photographs for the Leningrad Codex Images module) have also photographed the tablets of the literary Ugaritic texts. Once you are a registered member, you may browse their database as much as you want. I've used it for years.
Here's a link:
With kind regards
Edited by Peter Brylov Christensen, 03 January 2016 - 07:42 AM.