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#1 mortenjensen

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 07:47 AM

Hi all,

Is there a manual available for the Greek Diagrams-module explaining the various colors etc.?

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 11:28 AM

The colors can be found in the text settings of the Diagram Editor. 

 

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 03:44 PM

Thanks, Rick.

Two things:

- Where do you find the Diagram editor? Could not locate it.

- Is there a similar view explaining the various connections (lines)?

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 04:02 PM

First of all, this picture relates to the Diagram window that comes up when you select text and choose to Amplify to a new Diagram which you create yourself. It does not pertain to the GNT Diagrams module which uses the same symbols and the standard coloring as shown above.

 

When you have the Diagram window open you see the symbols in the sidebar and a key to them as you mouse over them. Then choosing Set Diagram Display gives you the editable color key shown above. Try it out!

 

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Posted 22 September 2017 - 02:14 AM

Thanks for explaining, it makes sense.

 

Is there a similar explanation for the various lines? I guess diagramming signs are universal, but it would be great with a similar overview over the lines.

 

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 10:49 AM

Is there anything that explains what the different types of lines & symbols mean?


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Posted 24 January 2018 - 12:10 PM

Is there anything that explains what the different types of lines & symbols mean?

 

I believe the diagramming tools in Accordance are meant to be fairly universal as there are a number of different diagramming schemes out there. However, Decker's Reading Koine Greek offers a number of lessons in diagramming throughout the book and explains what different kinds of lines indicate. I searched Decker's book for diagram* in English Content and found 38 hits. Here's one example:

 

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 12:30 PM

This question comes up from time to time. These are basically Reed/Kellog diagrams if I recall correctly. There are a bunch of online sites that describe how this sort of diagramming works. It's commonly called Sentence Diagramming I believe. I was never taught it at school but I know it is still taught in some places - my kids' English teacher does it for example.

 

Other posts on this :

 

https://www.accordan...ce +diagramming

https://www.accordan...ming#entry69631

 

This last one has a link to a site I found that goes through diagramming for English.

 

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