morpheus v.0.3 divides compound Sanskrit word (samAsa) into its components, padas and shows their morphology and translation.
Morpheus works everywhere. Just double-click on a Sanskrit word-form to start it.
double click everywhere on a web page - padaccheda - possible chains of padas; the upper - (possible, but not always) the better
click on pada - morphplogic analysis (names analysis more or less correct, verbs in its infancy)
click on morph row - possible dicts articles; note: you should choose a corresponding gender or gana-pada by yourself , i.e. check morphs to dicts correspondance
ESC - closes all
shift-mouse-over-nagari - IAST transliteration
doubleclick - starts Morpheus for that very word-form, useful in a dict articles
just type one word in a devanagari, keyboard layout mimics SLP1, then Enter or doubleclick. Do not type virama, it is already typed. Vowel in first position already in a full form. To remove virama, type key "a", or backspace. To type A-dirgha, type "a" once more.
Morpheus uses remarkable dictionaries from www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/index.html, many thanks to the team. But I add two more special dicts, first (named BG) from http://sanskritdocuments.org/, and second (named Terms) for some exceptions, all pronoun forms, etc.
Morpheus-03 was made with a huge amount of tests. Tests done by comparing the text of the Bhagavad Gita with its transcript from http://sanskritdocuments.org and some others
sandhi.js - 2297
vigraha.js - 701
stemmer.js - 701
license: GNU GPL
email: Michael Bykov, email@example.com