This summer I am retrofitting a hermeneutics course that was built to use Logos Bible Software to Accordance. After many years in the Logos camp, my institution is switching to Accordance.
We have a unit that speaks about tense, voice, and mood. Originally, it was designed to use Logos Bible Software's Morphology Charts.
I am searching for the closest thing in Accordance. As an example, here is the Morphology Chart for the verb πιστεύω: (See attached file "Morphology Chart πιστεύω.jpg") Morphology Chart πιστεύω.jpg 149.03KB 2 downloads
To search on that word in Accordance, I opened up NA28 Greek NT to John 3:16, clicked on the inflected form πιστεύων, and then searched on Lexeme. In the Analytics, I created a pie chart filtered on Tense: (See attached file "Accordance πιστεύω on Tense.jpg) Accordance πιστεύω on Tense.jpg 21.85KB 1 downloads
What I would like is a way to display ALL of the different inflected forms with parsing. To my way of thinking, I would like to click on the 111 Present Tense forms of the πιστεύω Pie Chart, and have it search and display ALL of the different present tense inflected forms of the verb.
I WAS able to display the 111 present tense form of πιστεύω by creating a [LINK Greek Construct], but the analysis was a bit disappointing. I'm also attaching a screen capture of that Greek Construct search. Present Tense πιστεύω Accordance.jpg 98.49KB 0 downloads
Can someone help me figure out an easier way to get to that?
Edited by [email protected], 25 May 2017 - 09:10 PM.