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#1 vr8ce



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Posted 16 April 2019 - 11:13 PM

I was just shown how to do a word count — * [range <whatever>], Analysis. I'm doing it on an English text with Strong's. The Analysis has options to show the key word(s) associated with the English word, which is excellent.


What would be even better™ is to have the ability to filter out words that don't have a keyword. This would be a way to get rid of "noise" words, e.g. "the," "and," etc. Thus, where there is "Show Key Numbers" right now, maybe there could be another option something like "Remove words with no key numbers," or some such.


If you really want to go nuts, it could include words where the majority of the occurrences are no keyword. Some noise words occasionally have one or two or five occurrences that are of a keyword, but a much larger number that have none. E.g., I'm looking at Lev right now, and "then" has two occurrences with a keyword, but 134 with none. Given that, I'd prefer not to see "then". But, that would be a bonus; just eliminating the ones with no keyword at all would be a good start.


Thanks for considering!

Edited by vr8ce, 16 April 2019 - 11:18 PM.

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 11:38 PM

Hi ya,


  Try :  [KEY *] [RANGE lev] 


  That will get you all words tagged with a key number in Leviticus, which effectively filters out those which don't have a key number.




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Posted 20 April 2019 - 06:41 PM

Hah! Excellent, thanks!

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