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A group for users of Logos Bible Software to discuss searching.
- Welcome to the Logos Search group. This is a place for users of Logos Bible Software to talk about searching in the Logos desktop, web, and mobile apps. Share and learn tips, trade search examples, ask and answer questions, and show some of the cool insights you've gleaned from Logos's powerful searching and unique data sets—and let us know how we can make Logos searching even better.
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- It has been some time since I searched for all occurrences of a word in a specific voice, and the way I learned a gazillion years ago doesn't seem to be working. Specifically, I want to write the search sequence (morphological term?) to search the SBLGNT for all occurrences of τάσσω in the middle/passive voice. Thanks!! If can direct me to the page which shows how to form a search sequence (like "@v??m"), all the better. OK...found this page. (https://www.logos.com/logos-pro/morph-query-builder), but the "create morph query document" does not appear when I try to do a morphological search. Wrote the search sequence g:τάσσω@V?U????? but it did not return any found Wrote the search sequence g:τάσσω@V?M????? but it did not return any found But they exist. Where am I going wrong?Logos Pro: Morph Query Builder | Logos NowBible study software that connects your life to the Word—Logos 7 helps you explore and understand the Bible with tools for Mac, PC, mobile devices, and the Web.www.logos.com
- Is the first screenshot the search you are looking for? - lemma:τάσσω@V?[MP] Note the search needs the lemma indicator not "g" - (g is used to indicate the start of a transliterated term). You can build the search using the query builder available by typing the @ key or by clicking on the search string once created (picture 2) The Morph Query Document is another way of doing it - and available from the morph search Query button (picture 3). That gives another way of constructing the search which the link you referenced above should explain. Does this help?
- I'm really new to Logos. I really don't know how to use much of the functionality. I'm trying to do a transliteration of 'power' from Acts 1:8. Specifically, I'm trying to write out the English transliterated (not translated) form of the word translated “power” in Acts 1:8 (which I think is dynamis in this case?); find how many times the word occurs in the New Testament; find the passages in Acts that translate this word as “power"; and find the passages in Acts that translate this word as “miracles.” Is there a way / tool to do a word study that addresses this?
- Rather the a word study, copy the Lemma. Under the Tools Menu, find Text Converter (Near the bottom of the list of Interactive Media). When you open this, paste the lemma into the entry field.
Jack Caviness — EditedI see that I cannot edit my post. My previous post showed the best way to get transliteration. Just wanted to add a little to Ryland's post: In that right click menu, after you select Lemma on the left side, you will see Bible Word Study at the top of the right hand menu. Now, I see that I could have edited the first post.
- Thank you, all, very much. I truly appreciate your help!
- I am using logos. I'm trying to look for New Testament passages that quote passages or refer to Old Testament passages, and vice versa
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