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Overview


IntraText CT is a text converted into an interactive hypertext system consisting of: IntraText is available in several versions. For further information, please see the IntraText site.
IntraText is formatted in HTML pages which can be read by most browsers (see notes on compatibility).
All pages in which information is displayed are linked to each other. General links are to be found at the top of the page.
All pages are designed to be printed by the printer used by your browser program.
 
 

Applications


IntraText CT can be used both for a normal reading of the text and for browsing the text as hypertext. The concordances, word lists and statistics are extraordinarily powerful tools to enhance your reading and deepen your understanding of the text.
You can move from reading the text to using any of the other functions at any time because the words in the text are linked to their respective concordances.
You can use any of the search and help options of your browser.
In IntraText Version ST, browsing is limited to the word lists and concordances, you can't browse the text, which you need to have in a printed version.
 
 

Index


The index page is the page from which you can access all the data. It features a table of contents for the text and (in the panel on the left) a statistical summary and links to textual data.
The index is linked directly to the text: click on one of the blue links and you will access the corresponding section of the text.
If the text contains footnotes, you will see an entry in the index called "footnote index". The footnote index comprises a list of the footnotes contained in the text together with references to the passages in the text to which the footnotes refer. Each entry in the footnote index comprises the beginning of the text of the footnote and a link to the footnote itself. The reference to the passage in the text is a link to the precise point in the text where the footnote has been inserted.
 
 

Text


The Text is divided into pages linked to each other.
The words in the text are linked to their concordances: just click on the word.

There are two ways you can move around in the text:

To search for a word in the page you are reading: To search for a word in the whole text: If the text features footnotes, they will appear at the bottom of the page below a horizontal line and in a different font from the main text (this may vary according to your browser and operating system).
The number of each footnote appears in the text as a superscript number, as in the example:
  this word1 has a footnote which is numbered "1"
If you click on the superscript number, the page will scroll down to the bottom of the page where the text of the footnote begins.
Next to the text of the footnote, you will find the footnote's number. If you click on this number, the page will scroll back again to the place in the main text to which the footnote refers.

Words in the footnotes are treated just like the words in the main text and are therefore included in the word lists, in the statistics and in the concordances.
In some cases, words of particular footnotes (for example notes not by the author) are not analysed, hence the words are neither included in the statistics nor in the concordances. This allows a more faithful picture of the language of the author without spurious interpolations.
 
 

Lists: alphabetical, by frequency, inverse alphabetical and by length


These lists are a fundamental tool for studying, researching or skimming the text and offer a compact picture of its vocabulary.

In each list, both the total number of words ('tokens') and the total number of occurrences are displayed.

The words in the lists are linked to their respective concordances, except for function (or structure) words (prepositions, pronouns, etc.) and hapax legomena. There are no concordances for these words, so they do not appear as links.

To search within a list: CRTL+F (see above).

At the top of the first page of each list you will find a detailed description and instructions.
 
 

Concordances


Concordances can be looked up for each word of the text (with the exception of function words and hapax legomena).

(In the Lite version of IntraText, concordances are located on Internet site www.intratext.com, while the text, word lists and other features are on your computer. That's why you need an Internet connection to browse the concordances of an IntraText Lite text).

The illustration below shows the structure and features of the concordances.
Concordances
Treatment of hapax legomena
Hapax legomena are words which occur only once in a text. They are complied into one list in alphabetical order.
The list has the same format as a concordance.
In the text, hapax legomena do not have a link to a concordance, since the concordance would merely be the same passage as is currently being read.
To access the list of hapax legomena, click on any word in a wordlist, where the word has a frequency of 1, or - in a frequency list -  click on 1.

Concordances of words occurring in footnotes
The concordances also include words contained in footnotes. In this case the link to the relevant passage in the text will display the number of the footnote in bold type.

To print concordances
The concordances have been designed to be printed by using the printing options of your browser program.
There is no need to perform any additional operations. Tips:


 
  Statistics
The statistics page features an overview and graphs presenting textual data.
The statistics give a quantitative picture of the text and of the results of its hypertextualization.
The x axis of each graph is linked to the corresponding word list.
 
 

Tips for easier reading of IntraText


You can read an IntraText using virtually any browser. For easier reading of IntraText:
 

Compatibility with browsers


IntraText CT and IntraText ST have been tested with the following programs: Small display differences between browsers are normal and will not compromise the IntraText usability.
If you have problems using IntraText with your browser program, please write to: info@eulogos.net.
 
 

Technology of Èulogos IntraText


IntraText is created through HTML pages according to ISO standards.
All pages and links are rendered compatible with all operating systems and virtually all browser programs.
Specific techniques are employed so as to reduce to the minimum the resources needed to run IntraText on your computer.

IntraText is produced by ECP (Èulogos Concordance Program), a function of the system Èulogos SLI. Structural tags are codified using ETML - Èulogos Text Mark-up Language.
The system has been tested on texts containing over 10 million occurrences.
 
 

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