improving search results: show main topics
I have bought a very large library in Logos. The problem is now that when I search for information (i.e. 'John Calvin'), Logos shows 'every page' in my 40 dictionaries and my 1000 books where this name occurs instead of dictionaries and books where this subject is a 'main topic'.
An example: The Oxford Dictionary (as well as others) has a main chapter on 'John Calvin' as a main topic. But Logos does not show this main topic. It only shows the 150 times where Calvin occurs on a page in my resource(s). It takes much time to distinguish the main information from the irrelevant pages.
It would make my research more easy if Logos improves the search results by showing the main topics in dictonaries as well as in books first. Is that possible?
In “Basic” Search, set the range to “Everything” and enter “john calvin”. The “Topics” section will show you dictionary articles (my top result is ODCC). For further reading, click the link in the “Factbook” section for the Factbook article on John Calvin.
Yes, but this solution ("topics" with "everything" search) only shows some limited results. I have the IVP-collection with much more academic dictionaries that also have 'John Calvin' as a dictionary article, i.e. the "Pocket Dictionary of Apologetics and Philosophy of Religion" as well as other dictionaries.
Why does the topic guide of the "everything" section not show "everything"? In this case, I have much more academic dictionaries that have an article on the topic. What can I do to make sure that Logos software demonstrates ALL the dictionaries with an article an the subject?