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jdarlack
04-25-2004, 07:11 PM
Is there a way to do a search with the ASE using an inclusion list built from the word list manager and then have all the words found within a certain limit of verses highted "permanently" with the highlighting tool?

My purpose is to give a visual representation of low-frequency verbs and nouns common in two pericopes. For instance, if I use the word list manager to compare vocabulary in the BGM of 1Peter and selected chapters from Isaiah, and then collect the low-frequency common words as an inclusion list, I can then do a limited ASE query of the two pericopes I just compared. If I send the results to the command center I have (highlighted in yellow) a visual representation of vocabulary common between 1Peter and various chapters of Isaiah.

I want to do two more things with these results!
1. I want to be able to use the highlighting tool to "semi-permanently" highlight all of the results of the above ASE query.
2. I would like to be able to somehow define the frequency of the words in a particular book for that query. So that I can eliminate words such as eimi or ginomai.

Is there a way to do this?

MTan
04-26-2004, 09:06 AM
Hi Jim-


You can certainly do that! The color highlighting tool lets you highlight the results of both ASE and commandline searches. To limits the color highlighting to a certain verses range, simply set up the search limits for the ASE search before you run the query. To eliminate certain words from the search, use "inclusion/exclusion" words in the ASE.

One you have a query that returns the results you want, open the Color Highlighting window and select "Apply to Search results".

Hope that helps!
Michael

MTan
04-26-2004, 09:09 AM
Regarding your other question, you can get the word frequency for the results of a query. Open the Word List Manager. You'll notice an option titled "Load highlighted words from query." This will let you take the "hits" from a commandline or ASE search and tabulate them.

If you want the query to be restricted to a verse range, simply set search limits for the query before importing the results into the word List Manager...

Michael

jdarlack
04-26-2004, 10:36 AM
Thanks Michael!

After I posted, I figured out that the ASE does work with the Highlighting tool! Yet again, I am amazed by the program & the developers!

~Jim