Those who have followed the series of posts here regarding the OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament (see the syntax category archive) might be interested in the following articles on the OpenText.org site:
- Guide through the OpenText.org Clause Annotation Process
- Guide through the OpenText.org Word Group Annotation Process
These articles walk through the basic annotation process, explaining the OpenText.org annotation process. In the midst of that, you get a great introduction to how and why the data is marked up like it is, which will help in considering how to use the syntactic information therein.
If you’re curious about the hows and whys of the Logos implementation of the OpenText.org material, then you need to read these articles.