[b-hebrew] Frequency analysis of Torah words and phrases. (Repaired)

Christopher V. Kimball mail at cvkimball.com
Tue Nov 23 10:41:02 EST 2004


    A repaired frequency analysis of words and phrases from the Torah is 
available at:

http://www.cvkimball.com/Analyze/Instructions/Torah/Summary.xml

The results now display correctly on the latest versions of Netscape, 
Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer browsers. Please advise if 
you have difficulties.

This analysis is produced by the free Java application Analyze at:

http://www.cvkimball.com/Analyze/Analyze.html

which can process Hebrew texts from the Unicode/XML Tanach.

In looking at the results, a "singleton" is a word that occurs only once in 
the text. An "n-tuple" consists of a phrase of n words repeated at least 
twice in the text. The analysis shown is of unvowelized, ketib text split 
at the maqaf to form words. Please leave lots of time for downloading and 
rendering.

Chris Kimball



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