Annotating the Normalization Column in MorphGNT: Part 1

Since the Series-6 release, MorphGNT has had a column that normalizes the word forms in the text for contextual things like accent changes, elision, movable nu and capitalization. I thought it would be useful to provide an annotation of exactly what normalization had been done for each word in the text and why.

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Back to a More Sustainable Blogging Pace

Well, I did it! I blogged a post for every day in the four weeks leading up to my talk at SBL. It was a fantastic motivator but I can’t sustain the pace.

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A Morphological Lexicon of New Testament Greek: My SBL 2015 Slides

This morning I gave my talk at SBL 2015 on my Morphological Lexicon project.

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Analyzing Verbal Morphology: Part 1

In anticipation of my SBL talk tomorrow, here’s an update on my verbal analysis.

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Greek Accentuation Library

I knew that a necessary component of a comprehensive morphological analyzer for Ancient Greek was going to be a library for handling accentuation, so back in January 2014, I started the greek-accentuation Python library.

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The Dangers of Reconstructing Too Much Morphophonology

What is the genitive singular ending for 2nd declension nouns?

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Full Citation Forms and Inflectional Classes

Back in July and August 2014, I started looking at patterns in the full citation forms of nouns in Danker’s Concise Lexicon. My goal was partly to explore, in a systematic way, the relationship between inflectional classes and the information expressed in the common pattern of {nominative form}, {genitive ending}, {article}. I also wanted to put together a kind of automated test to catch typos and inconsistencies in the lexicon.

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Modern Greek Text to Speech for Biblical Greek

Text-to-speech is pretty good these days but a lot of people don’t realize that operating systems like OS X have support for languages other than English, including Modern Greek. So I thought I’d experiment with using it to read the Greek New Testament.

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Actual Core Vocab Lists for Greek New Testament

Back in The Core Vocabulary of New Testament Greek I talked about Wilfred Major’s 2008 paper on core vocabulary lists for Classical Greek and provided code for producing the same for the Greek New Testament along with some discussion of the results. I didn’t actually include the full results, however.

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First Prototype of New Online Reader

Over in the lab section of this site, I’ve added a little prototype Patrick Altman and I built last night.

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