[sword-devel] Mapping Strongs numbers to translations that do not come with Strongs support
contact at tklein.info
Sat Apr 13 04:50:55 MST 2019
Cool! Thanks for the hint! Do you happen to know whether that software
used by the STEP team is open source?
On 13.04.19 13:00, David Haslam wrote:
> This was done already by the Tyndale STEP team for adding Strong’s
> Numbers to the ESV.
> They used bespoke software followed by manual adjustments.
> Ask David Instone-Brewer for details.
> Best regards,
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> On Sat, Apr 13, 2019 at 11:33, Tobias Klein <contact at tklein.info
> <mailto:contact at tklein.info>> wrote:
>> I have an idea that I would like to run by you guys.
>> Would it be possible to automatically map Strongs numbers to
>> translations that do not come with Strongs support?
>> The approach would be like this:
>> - Take a translation that comes with Strongs numbers
>> - Map each word (and Strongs number) to a corresponding word in the
>> target translation, by using a regular dictionary
>> There may be some validation / manual checking needed when there is not
>> a clear match between a word in the source translation and the target
>> Furthermore, this would probably only work with pairs of translations
>> that are both aiming to be literal. In that case the order of words
>> would be very similar and would increase chances of mapping
>> words/Strongs correctly.
>> What do you think?
>> I'd be very happy to see Strongs mapped to German translations
>> specifically. But it could technically even work for English/English
>> translation mapping.
>> Have a nice weekend!
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