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#21 דָנִיאֶל



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Posted 21 March 2019 - 02:44 PM

Curious the Ex 18:19 case. It's double tagged with H4136 and H0430 in the ESVS. Not sure why. The Hebrew text wouldn't appear to require it.




Sola lingua bona est lingua mortua
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Posted 21 March 2019 - 03:58 PM

Hi, Kristen!


Welcome to Accordance! Sorry I am late to this discussion, but I have been preparing another podcast.


The responders on this forum are correct, the concordance doesn't work the way one would assume. Frankly, I don't find myself using it very much. Instead, I use the search results pane as the "concordance" for my searches.


To find anamolous results, which are often buried in the data, I'd recommend either Analysis or the Bar chart. The Pie chart is just too coarse. I'll attach a screenshot.


To find a keyword that has been translated with a specific word, type an "at" sign (@), then a space and the translated word. Here's an example: [KEY H0430]@ goddess


Finally, yes, word tagging is sometimes very frustrating, especially when a single word is translated by a phrase. People only tag a single word in the phrase, lest they corrupt the statistical analysis. Sometimes they chose (what in my opinion is) the wrong word. That's in addition to the instances where a tag is simply incorrect due to human error.


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Posted 21 March 2019 - 04:34 PM

Hi Timothy, 
Thank you for your examples and explanation. I will try reorganizing my searches the way you suggested. On another note, thank you very much for your podcasts. Since coming to Accordance, I have been loyally watching them in order to understand how to use the software. I have found them not only technically informative, but have also found your theological analysis of the texts to be helpful and interesting as well.

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