[jsword-devel] online module editor
Troy A. Griffitts
Mon, 28 Oct 2002 14:36:03 -0700
On that same note, does anyone know if it's easy to 'drag' images
around in a text display widget?
Here's my idea... Say there was text something like:
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word
was God.[strongs: en><][strongs: arXA><]
and stuff like [strongs: en> and <] were images. I would like the
editor to be able to drag the images to the appropriate place in the
[strongs: en>In<] [strongs: arXA>the beginning<] was the Word, and the
Word was with God, and the Word was God.
Any ideas from those more Java savvy than myself?
Joe Walker wrote:
> A very simple best match search like JSword does - Take the text of a
> verse, for example "In the beginning ..." and run a "best match" query.
> The first match will probably be Gen 1:1, but the others are verses that
> contain similar language.
> Behind the best match search is simply a stemming, multiple word search
> with result aggregation (if that isn't too wordy!)
> It's late any I've just spent many hours getting a huge steel into our
> house to stop the roof falling down, so I'm tired, so sorry if the above
> paragraph makes no sense!
> Bobby Nations wrote:
>> Strange and intriguing. What criteria do you use to determine
>> similarity between disparate verses?
>> Joe Walker wrote:
>>> Hope you will excuse the png in this email. I've just finished
>>> undoing the bit-rot on the old Project-B mapper project. The graphic
>>> below is a computer generated map of the Bible placing similar parts
>>> of the Bible closer together.
>>> There is a mapper project within JSword that calculated the above by
>>> taking each verse in the Bible in turn, searching for the text of
>>> that verse in the rest of the Bible to find what that is similar to.
>>> Having calculated an array of verse similarities we apply some rules
>>> to plot them on a 2D map.
>>> If you are interested to know more, give me a shout.
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