Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Data points in the framing of the psalms

A walk at Government House in the rose gardens, From Collages
There are 150 columns and 535 (587 after corrections) rows in my list of data points - repeated roots in the psalter possibly used as structural frames sorted by psalm. The grid required 147 - (no 150 after counting repeats in the same verse) sorts (I was not sure Oracle would allow so many sort fields) . That there was something to sort still shows that there is something new in almost every frame right to the last psalm in the psalter. The last frame to appear is pleasure רָצָה in Psalm 147. (no - cymbals in psalm150) I wonder if this result will stand scrutiny. The roses are lovely though.