I have a specific question for דָנִיאֶל please – so Starter corresponds to “Full” on the page you link to, is that so?
The Lite version is the only version with limited functionality in the application. All the others have full functionality (the Full column). The chart contains information about two distinct things - the functions available in the application, and the included modules. The first was the main reason I posted the link. And in that case the Full version is any non-Lite Accordance package as that will give you all the application features. Regarding the second aspect, the included modules in the Full list are probably Starter just looking at them. But other packages would include more modules and the Full application.
Now you asked two specific questions. According to https://www.accordan...Accordance-Liteyou can add "Add your favorite Bible version or almost any title in our store." I don't know if the two OL modules would be included in "almost any" but I would expect so. Double check with Sales ( [email protected]) if you need to be absolutely sure. But I do know that some things I do routinely with those modules you cannot do with Lite - construct search being probably the most significant. Nor do the syntax modules work with Lite and I use them a lot.
Regarding q2 you will get "better value for money" as they say, buying packages that include the modules you are looking at but I don't think it will actually be cheaper initially. But you may spend more in the long run if you buy more in Accordance you can save money buying packages. So smarter vs cheaper, will depend on what you wish to do.
If you are looking to do OL work, as I might guess you plan to given the modules you mention, then there are packages aimed at that which may save you money in the long run.
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