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In the past I have asked for tools to help me find references for the co-occurrence of multiple words. Now I am asking for tools or resources that will allow me to enter one word and find a ranked list of others words that co-occur with that term. Ideally this search could be navigated by using STRONGS numbers, and would be available for OT and NT.

  • Co-occur suggests a word that occurs before OR after a word. That what you mean? – Der Übermensch Jun 5 at 3:56
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    Yes, thank-you for asking – Roby Vicary Jun 5 at 3:57
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    That's something for which I never had a need to search. Interested in reading answers though. – Der Übermensch Jun 5 at 3:58
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    Are you familiar with search that look for multiple words in the same verse, and searches that do quotes? You could do a search: "a b" OR "b a" – Perry Webb Jun 5 at 12:23
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    I don't know of any existing handy resource. However, it is easy to build one quickly using AI N-gram technology. – Tony Chan Jun 7 at 12:06
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This is provided for every word you look upon in Logeion:

https://logeion.uchicago.edu/%CE%B6%CF%89%CE%AE

The only ways I can think of that this wonderful tool could be improved is if:

  • it included BDAG
  • the abbreviations in LSJ weren't so cryptic
  • it could read my mind!
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TI.exe is freely available for academic usage. The program generates a word-occurrence matrix, a word co-occurrence matrix, and a normalized co-occurrence matrix from a set of lines (e.g., titles) and a word list.

http://leydesdorff.socsci.uva.nl/software/ti/index.htm

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