I have spent some time today trying to nail this search down to learn a bit more about the Greek Database. I'd love some feedback on this search.
I have other syntax databases which make this search significantly easier. I did that search and then was checking my searches in this database to see the results. I wanted to keep the range large enough yet not too much data. So, I chose Matthew.
So, I found that I needed to create a total of three construct searches in order to get good results. Here they are:
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Search 2.jpg 120.69KB 0 downloads
Search 3.jpg 120.9KB 0 downloads
The only difference between the second and third search is that I had to change the first complement phrase's phrase structure to one segment rather than all segments. This was to get Matthew 20:12 back as a result.
There are still false hits. They are all because they are prepositional phrases marked as complements:
Matt 6:13 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 10:17 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 10:41 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 13:33 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 13:48 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 18:8 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 18:9 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 21:46 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
Matt 26:50 - Complement as a Prep. Phrase
The is one that should have come back as a hit but didn't and I couldn't figure out why:
Here are all the hits:
Matt 1:21, 23, 25; 3:3, 9; 4:19; 5:36; 6:13; 7:9; 10:17, 25, 41-42; 12:16, 33; 13:33, 48; 14:5, 30; 15:32; 16:26; 18:8-9; 19:4; 20:12, 28; 21:13, 24, 26, 46; 22:43, 45; 23:15; 26:50, 73; 27:31; 28:14
1. If anyone could help me to get ride of the false hits above, that would be great.
2. If anyone could show me how I could of made this more simple, that would be great.
3. If someone could should me how/if I'm missing something with Matthew 27:13, that would be great.
Edited by RyanWRobinson, 28 October 2017 - 09:01 PM.