HermeneutiX is a tool for diagramming syntactic and semantic structures of complex (not necessarily foreign-language) texts (e.g. bible or other historical excerpts).
HermeneutiX is now part of SciToS (the scientific tool set). Starting with version 2.0.0, HermeneutiX can be found on GitHub. Please check out the release summary:
For an introduction, check out this video: https://youtu.be/uQjewyG0Ad8
PS: To run a Java application such as HermeneutiX (i.e. SciToS) you need a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). HermeneutiX is currently built to be compatible down to JRE version 6.
You may download the current JRE here: http://www.java.com/en/download
- easy creation of syntactic and semantic structure analyses (shared origin text, propositions, labels and comments)
- graphical user interface (currently) available in: Englisch, German
- any origin language can be analyzed (out-of-the-box Greek, Hebrew)
- interchangeable XML-based file format (.hmx)
- export to: SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic)
- internationalized: all language related information are stored in separate XML files, and in this way available for any customizing effort without any programming skills required
- configurable: syntactic functions and semantic relations can be defined via user interface
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