Current MorphGNT Work

For the last few months, I've been making corrections to [MorphGNT] by attempting to merge an English translation (NASB) marked with Strong's numbers with my database. Although it's a tedious process, it's revealing numerous errors.

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BetaCode to Unicode in Python

BetaCode is a common ASCII transcription for Polytonic Greek. I've been dealing with it for around twelve years. (As an aside, back in 1994, I designed a METAFONT for Polytonic Greek that enabled one to use BetaCode in TeX—I typeset my self-published Index to the Greek New Testament with it).

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DATR, MorphGNT, RDF and Python

I've been revisiting DATR, the lexical knowledge representation language, as a possible format for the next generation of [MorphGNT]. I was previously considering developing my own RDF/graph-based format but I suddenly remembered DATR from my student days and it makes a lot more sense to use it rather than try to build my own.

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Thoughts on GNT-NET Parallel Glossing Project

Zack Hubert mentions that I'm thinking about using the NET Bible for a collaborative parallel glossing project.

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MorphGNT v5.05 Available

Various corrections.

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Best Use of MorphGNT So Far

Zack Hubert has taken my [MorphGNT] and built a GNT Browser that blew me away!

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MorphGNT v5.04 and Beyond

I've released a new version of my [MorphGNT].

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MorphGNT v5.03 available

More corrections now and more coming soon.

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MorphGNT v5.02 Available

Some breathing corrections on rho-initial words.

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Programmed Vocabulary Learning as a Travelling Salesman Problem

For a while I've been interested in how you could select the order in which vocabulary is learnt in order to maximise one's ability to read a particular corpus of sentences. Or more generally, imagine you have a set of things you want to learn and each item has prerequisites drawn from a large set with items sharing a lot of common prerequisites.

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