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#1 Nathan Parker

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Posted 05 December 2016 - 11:39 PM

I heard Accordance has announced the new ETCBC Hebrew Syntax. I've seen a screenshot of this today, but can someone explain what the difference is between it and the BHS-T and Holmstedt Syntax module I already own? Just curious on what this would offer me should I purchase it sometime.

 

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Posted Yesterday, 12:21 PM

Different philosophy (linguistic approach), different layers of grammar tagged (mine is only syntax, theirs has more). There will be a long multi-authored article comparing the databases that will come out next late spring/summer in the Journal of Semitics (South Africa). It is based in the presentations about the three syntax databases (ours, ETCBC, and Andersen-Forbes) given at the IOSOT conference in S.A. last September. 

 

With apologies, more than this would take too much space for the forum. 


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Posted Yesterday, 06:45 PM

Different philosophy (linguistic approach), different layers of grammar tagged (mine is only syntax, theirs has more). There will be a long multi-authored article comparing the databases that will come out next late spring/summer in the Journal of Semitics (South Africa). It is based in the presentations about the three syntax databases (ours, ETCBC, and Andersen-Forbes) given at the IOSOT conference in S.A. last September. 

 

With apologies, more than this would take too much space for the forum. 

 

Sounds good. Can you DM me a copy of the article when it becomes available? I would love to read it. I own yours and A-F (in Logos), so it will be a very interesting read.


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