Graph Bible Search Results

The old adage says a picture is worth a thousand words. Pictures many times communicate at a glance what words cannot. That can also be true of Logos searching.

Imagine this scenario: we’re reading about righteousness in Romans 1:17. After searching for the Greek lemma translated righteousness, we want to see a graphic showing the distribution of this word in the New Testament.

To accomplish that, let’s give this a go:

  • Open an English Bible with the interlinear option, such as the ESV, to Romans 1:17 (A)
  • Right click on the word righteousness (B)
  • Select from the right side of the Context menu the Greek lemma (the word with the ring icon) (C)
  • Select from the left side of the Context menu Search this resource (D)

  • Notice the Search panel opens displaying in “word form” all of the occurrences of this lemma in the New Testament (E)
  • Click Graph results on the Search panel’s toolbar (F)

  • Notice a Graph Bible Search Results panel opens with “pictures” of the results (G)
  • Select at the bottom of the panel a type of graphic such as Pie Chart (H)
  • Notice you now have a graphic of the results showing instantly at a glance a high concentration of this lemma in Romans! (I)

Pretty cool eh?

For more information about Searching please check out our Camp Logos Training Videos!

Or for the fastest and most fun way to leverage the power of your software, attend an upcoming Camp Logos in AkronPhoenix, or Murfreesboro for live hands-on training!

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