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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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Posted Today, 02:04 PM

Well, I got to it early. It does do some of what I wanted. The only things I can't see how to do (and don't think are possible) are as follows: (1) I'd like it to sort by first occurrence in the range and (2) I'd like to see the verse references.

 

At least it could list the verses that have the hits in them after the number of occurrences (that would get very unwieldy with a large range, but for one chapter it wouldn't be too bad).

 

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