Using Word Trees instead of searching:
If this seems to complicated just ignore this post.
Here's a link to an identical
module to BPT101 except
it uses Word Trees instead of searches. If you want to try it, download and unzip it into the Swordsearcher user directory.
Here is the link - https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhxvuvB-C1YHhoEbTxIRCw14fYcYuQ
It will create another module BPT
101.SS5book and another asset folder called BPT101-Assets
. This will be about 51 megabytes in size and is identical to BPS101-Assets
. If you want to save space on the disk drive, you can delete one of these folders and rename the remaining folder appropriately for the module you want to use. Don’t rename it while Swordsearcher is running.
All of the word trees
for word clouds and word lists will work, but a some of the phrase trees
will not work due to punctuation.
This is because word trees consider punctuation
, but regular searches ignore punctuation. Here's an example using the new module, BPT101
1. Click on Words, Clouds, and Trees
in the main menu. This is the first topic (_index.html) in the dropdown selector. It should be the default when you first open the book tab.
2. In the bookcase picture click on Genesis
3. In the result click on Go to Three Word Phrases
4. Scroll down to the phrase, 32 years and begat
, and click it.
5. You will see the message, "YEARS AND BEGAT" does not appear in Genesis (KJV)
. This is because the tree tool would need to look for
YEARS, AND BEGAT
to produce a result.
6. Now close the word tree and click the first phrase, 93 the land of
. It will produce a word tree.
You can use one of these modules that you prefer and delete the other, or keep both if space is not critical.