I'm interested in the plotting distribution of prepositional phrases in Hebrews referring to the Lord Jesus. The following search comes pretty close:
*@ [PREPOSITION] αυτος@ [PRONOUN masculine singular] [range heb]
But it includes a few cases where the pronoun refers to someone else. No problem: I load the verses I want into a reference list. But such a list doesn't count as a search, and analytics can't be invoked on it. So I open a text window in the text of my choice with the search command,
All the verses I want show up there, but the hits count is 0, and analytics shows no hits.
So now I utter,
* <a> [CONTENTS myreferencelist]
Finally I have something I can analyze--but the unit of analysis is now the individual word, not the verse.
Is there a wildcard I can use instead of '*' that will hit once per VERSE instead of once per WORD?
Alternatively, is there a way to edit the results of a search to remove selected items, and then do analytics on what's left?
Perhaps someday Accordance will let me do a csv dump of the sequence numbers of my original hits, along with sequence numbers of the first and last words in each verse so I could align them. Then I can easily edit my hits and plot them outside of Accordance (something I could do with the secret Bibleworks 'scatter' command). Meanwhile, what incantation can I use here?