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#1 EricC

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Posted 29 September 2016 - 09:54 AM

I would like to define a range of the tagged KJV text and get a list of each lemma/lexeme used and its translations. Something like this (by lexeme, in the order of their first appearance in the range). Usually my range will be a chapter or, at most, a book. Attached is a screenshot of what I'd like (I've skipped over lexemes, of course, just to show what I'm thinking of). Maybe something like it would be possible? Thanks!

 

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Posted Today, 05:41 AM

create a custom range

search for words *

hit analytics > word count > analysis

that gives you a list of lexemes, and you can order it how you'd like, with/without key number, and any other detail you'd like. 

after that, you can drop it in to your fancy-looking program from your screenshot to have it look nice.


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Posted Today, 05:47 AM

Thank you, Douglas! I'll try that next week, Lord willing. I really appreciate the response. I was beginning to think it was not doable.






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