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Westminster Hebrew Morphology
Available from the Groves Center since 1991, and under continuous development since then, the Westminster Hebrew Morphology is a word by word analysis of every word in the Hebrew Bible, based on the text of the Leningrad Codex as represented in the Westminster Leningrad Codex.
Each word is analyzed according to the dictionary-form part of speech (noun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, article, conjunction, etc.), with additional parsing information according to part of speech.
The Hebrew Morphology is a Unicode text file that can be opened and edited with any text editor or word processor that accepts Unicode. Unicode is an international character-encoding system designed to support the electronic interchange, processing, and display of the written texts of diverse languages.
Westminster Hebrew Syntax
The Westminster Hebrew Syntax is written in Extensible Markup Language (XML). XML is a markup language and file format for storing, transmitting, viewing and organizing complex data sets. There are several commercially-available XML editors to view and edit these files.
The XML Syntax Dataset allows you to represent the relationships of the sentences and clauses (parts of sentences) by indentation to illustrate the hierarchy of the words within each clause and sentence.
Westminster Leningrad Codex
The Westminster Leningrad Codex (WLC) is a digital version of the Leningrad Codex. The WLC is maintained by the J. Alan Groves Center for Advanced Biblical Research. This electronic text was originally taken from an earlier electronic text produced by scholars at the University of Michigan and the Clairemont Graduate University, but has been modified regularly since the mid 1980s.
The Westminster Leningrad Codex is a Unicode text file and is viewable with any text editor or word processor that accepts Unicode. Unicode is an international character-encoding system designed to support the electronic interchange, processing, and display of the written texts of diverse languages.