Subject: RE: [xsl] Concordance with XSLT|
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2005 11:12:36 -0000
Google searches are distorted by the unfortunate name that Elliotte Rusty Harold gave to his XML book, but John Bosak's original public domain XML markup of the King James edition is here: http://www.ibiblio.org/bosak/xml/eg/rel200.zip I think there are much more scholarly editions out there, see for example http://www.wulfila.be/gothic/, but that's outside my expertise. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: Dimitre Novatchev [mailto:dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 04 November 2005 09:53 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: [xsl] Concordance with XSLT > > Where can I find a bible in xml format? > > Cheers, > Dimitre > > On 11/4/05, Rick Quatro <frameexpert@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > I am in the investigation stage of a project where the > client wants a > > concordance of a Bible. The concordance would be > exhaustive, except for > > words like "a", "the", "and", etc. We would supply an > exclusion list. My > > main question is this: given an XML version of the Bible, > could this be done > > practically with XSLT? > > > > For those not familiar with a Bible concordance, it is an > alphabetical list > > of words that occur in the Bible. Each each occurance of > the word is listed > > next to the Bible reference. Here is a small example for > the word "man". > > > > MAN > > Gen 3:22, the m. is become as one of us. > > Gen 8:21, for m. sake. > > Num 23:19, God is not a m. > > Neh 6:11, should such a m. as I flee? > > Job 5:7, m. is born to trouble. > > Job 10:4, seest thou as m. seeth? > > Job 11:12, vain m. would be wise. > > Job 14:1, m. that is born of a woman. > > Job 15:7, art thou the first m. that was born? > > Job 25:6, m. that is a worm. > > Job 33:12, God is greater than m. > > Ps 10:18, the m. of earth. > > Ps 49:12, m. being in honour abideth not. > > Ps 89:48, what m. is he that liveth? > > Ps 90:3, thou turnest m. to destruction. > > Ps 104:23, m. goeth forth to his labour. > > > > Notice that the word in question is abbreviated and the > context is shown. It > > would be useful to be able to specify how much context is > shown on each side > > of the word. > > > > The second question, is there someone on the list that > might be interested > > in doing this for hire. Thanks in advance. > > > > Rick Quatro > > Carmen Publishing > > 585-659-8267 > > rick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > http://www.frameexpert.com > > > > > > > -- > Cheers, > Dimitre Novatchev > --------------------------------------- > Truly great madness cannot be achieved without significant > intelligence.