Lexicon Reformatting Dataset

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Easily read dense lexicon entries

Lexicon articles are notoriously difficult to read—filled with jargon, abbreviations, and odd formatting. We’ve created the Lexicon Reformatting Dataset to make top lexicons more user-friendly, providing the information you need, fast. Our team has tagged every entry in major lexicons—like BDAG, BDB, and HALOT—restructuring them into easy-to-read outlines. Just select the “outline formatting” option in the visual filters menu and Logos 6 consults this dataset and realigns the text. Lemma forms are justified and the nuances of meanings are indented, letting you search for a lemma then quickly scan the gloss options.

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The Lexicon Reformatting Dataset . . .

  • Identifies lemmas, English glosses, and other information from tens of thousands of lexicon articles
  • Enables the “outline formatting” visual filter to realign difficult-to-read lexicon articles
  • Makes finding the information you need easier than ever

Product Details

  • Title: Lexicon Reformatting Dataset
  • Contributors: Chris Culy, Jeff Jackson, and Alan Palmer
  • Articles: 30,000+
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Resource Type: Datasets

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