My Logos Library, Visualized

by Feb 17, 2012Bible Software, Books, Tech


Some computer nerd across the pond made a cool site that will show you your whole Logos library in visual format. Here’s mine.

Setting it up is a little involved, but it’s neato. You can even click on a cover and it will open up that book in your Logos library!

A separate page shows you more info about your library: which books you’ve hidden, which books are most popular, which are most highly rated.

Few people bother rating their Logos books, however, so ratings tend to appear artificially low, I think.

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