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On 8/24/2019 at 7:37 AM, champatsch said:

I use WordCruncher almost every day in my work. I'm an advanced user who creates many ebooks. I couldn't do as accurate work as I do without it. One ebook I use has 700 million words. Another has 100 million words. A very large number of precise and complex searches are possible using WordCruncher, including with the scriptures, which Monte Shelley has been maintaining carefully for years.

For church related information I just use GospeLink.com online. 

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The search feature on the Gospel Library app (produced by the Church) seems to work pretty well.

Available on Windows Store and Google Play Store (and, I imagine, the Apple Store, but I'm not an Apple user).

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The search feature on the Gospel Library app (produced by the Church) seems to work pretty well.

Available on Windows Store and Google Play Store (and, I imagine, the Apple Store, but I'm not an Apple user).

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Don't know why that last post double posted, but anyways...

Here's a screen cap of the Gospel Library app (Windows version). You can see that it gives you the ability to filter search results.

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RIP, Clark. :( (If any of us needed a reminder of mortality's impermanence and transience ...)

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1 hour ago, Kenngo1969 said:

RIP, Clark. :( (If any of us needed a reminder of mortality's impermanence and transience ...)

Wow, just found out about this, as I hadn't checked in on this forum for a little while.

Sad to hear. I enjoyed many of Clark's posts, even though I'm a fairly new member here.

Praying for his family...

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On 8/26/2019 at 10:18 PM, JarMan said:

Is there any way to get Skousen's The Earliest Text in WordCruncher format?

There are two in-house versions of this, but neither has been released to the public. One is maintained by Monte Shelley, one by me. I don't know when these might be publicly released; it depends on the Yale edition copyright.

For now, you'd have to make your own, as I did in 2013. It probably takes between 20 and 30 hours to do.

Earlier this year I finished tagging the critical text for part of speech. A first draft is now complete.

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