Being fully aware of the fact that most scholars do not think too highly of chiasms, I'm wondering if BW could be utilized to search for chiastic occurrences, i.e. quantifiable word repetition patterns (I'm German and thus authorized to pile up nouns like that ):
Something like .*@* ; same .*@* = verse ref. 1; verse ref. 2
This could become quite complex, with establishing conditions like a minimum of recurring word pairs etc., but could yield interesting structural patterns.
Word 1, Word 2 + Word 1, Word 2 = ref. 1; ref. 2
Example: Apple, Orange; Orange, Apple = Book ch. 1:1, 4; Book ch. 5: 4, 6.
I see the difficulty in BW spitting out 2+ related references/single hit
John 1:1 would be a great test text.
O.k., where is my printed manual to ponder building a search like this . . .