14 The Analysis Window - Overview
The Analysis Window occupies the right third of the BibleWorks Main Window. Its primary function is to display an analysis of the Biblical text in the Browse Window. It also provides the user interface for the BibleWorks Editor and the BibleWorks User Notes facility. The various functions of the Analysis Window are accessed by a set of tabs across the top of the window. The functions of these tabs are described below.
Each of the tabs represents a separate tool to help you analyze the text in the Browse Window. To activate a tab all you have to do is click on the tab. There are many times when you want to use two tools at once and have them both visible. You can do this by splitting the Analysis Window into two columns. Each column will have a portion of the total tabs available. To split the Analysis Window click on the long red arrow on the right side of the tabs. The BibleWorks Window will then look something like this:
Configuring a 4th Column
Note that there are now two Analysis Windows. You have the option of displaying the Analysis Tabs in either one or two columns. You can switch back and forth between one column mode and two column mode by clicking on the red arrow on the upper right of the first Analysis Window column. You can rearrange buttons in an Analysis Window simply by clicking and dragging with the left mouse button. You can also move tabs from one column to the other by the same procedure.
If you right click on the red tab you will see a context menu with two configuration options. One turns the tab wrapping on and off. The other affects how the Analysis Window is split into two windows. If "Maintain main window size" is checked, the total BibleWorks Window width will be preserved. If it is not checked, expanding the Analysis Window will result in a second Analysis Column that is the same width as the first, thus making the BibleWorks Window wider.
The Word Analysis Tab displays lexical and other verse-specific information automatically as you move the mouse cursor over text in the Browse Window. The information displayed in the Word Analysis Window depends on the nature of the text under the mouse cursor, whether it is Greek, Hebrew, or other-language Bible text tagged for Strong's numbers. For details see the section on the Analysis Window.
The Resource Summary Tab contains an instance of the Resource Summary Window. This is a Window that displays a summary of available information related to Greek and Hebrew words under the mouse cursor in the Browse Window. It includes a list of abbreviated Lexicon entries as well as a list of locations where the current verses is cited. For details see the section on the Resource Summary Window.
The User Notes Tab contains a copy of the BibleWorks Editor that is dedicated to use as a repository of User Verse Notes. For a detailed description of the Editor functions see the section on The BibleWorks Editor. For a description of the procedures for keeping notes attached to Bible verses and chapters see the section on Taking Notes on Verses.
The Editor Tab contains a copy of the BibleWorks Editor. This is a full-featured editor that has all the features of WordPad plus many features specific to BibleWorks. It has full support for Unicode plus a wealth of useful features including hypertext links, Scripture links, inserted bitmaps, full undo and redo, automatic outlining, Bible Text insertion (by verse or in tabular form), and text zoom. For a detailed description of the Editor functions see the section on The BibleWorks Editor.
The X-Refs Tab displays cross-references from a variety of cross-reference sources. The X-Refs tab enables you to switch between sets of cross-references, to export lists of cross-references, and to create your own set of cross-references. You can view the cross-references in any version you wish, regardless of your search version or Browse Window display versions. For details see the section on the X-Refs Tab.
The Search Statistics Tab displays a detailed statistical analysis of the search. The statistical analysis can be configured in a variety of ways, and the analysis can be exported as text or as a graphic. For details see the section on the Search Statistics Tab.
The Words Tab provides a list of the words contained in the full version, a list of words in the verses contained in the current search results, and a list of words searched. For details see the section on the Words Tab.
The Context tab provides a list of the words in the current Bible outline pericope, a list of the words in the current Biblical book, and a list of the words in the current chapter. For details see the section on the Context Tab.
The Version Info Tab displays information about the Bible version which has the focus in the Browse Window. For detailed information see the section on the Version Info Tab.
The Browse Tab
The Browse Tab provides an additional view of the current Browse Window context. The Browse Tab enables you to set the Browse Window to multi-version mode to view the current verse in more than one Bible version, while having the Browse Tab in a single version to view the verse within its context. For detailed information see the section on the Browse Tab.
The Verse Tab
The Verse Tab updates as the mouse moves over the Browse Window and shows content from the CNTTS Apparatus, the NET Bible notes, the ESV Study Bible, the Tischendorf Apparatus, Metzger's Textual Commentary, etc. For detailed information see the section on the Verse Tab.
The Mss Tab
The Manuscripts Tab provides access to a set of Greek New Testament transcriptions and images. For details see the section on the Mss Tab.
The Use Tab
The Use Tab shows a list of all occurrences of a word in the local context as the mouse is moved over words in the Browse Window. See the section on the Use Tab for details.