Many Eyes on Greek Nominal Suffixes

IBM's Many Eyes is a wonderful site for creating and sharing visualizations of data. They recently added a "word tree" visualization which shows weighted suffix trees.

Given I've been working on the inference of inflectional morphology in New Testament Greek for my PhD, I thought I'd upload words with nominal inflection (nouns, pronouns, adjectives, participles) along with their morphosyntactic features (case, number, gender).

For example, to see how dative, plural, masculine nominals end, you just search for occurrences ending in "DPM"


At some stage I'll probably do my own visualization that, while not as pretty, will be more customized to inflectional morphology.

The original post was in the categories: linguistics morphgnt phd greek new_testament_greek but I'm still in the process of migrating categories over.