Acts of the Apostles – Chapters 20 through 22

Contents

Range Description

There are 190 variants and 287 readings for this range of text.

Witnesses

The 20 witnesses considered for Acts chapters 20, 21 and 22 ordered by number of citations follow:

Witness Explicit Citations
Codex Bezae (D/05) 138
P74 65
Codex Laudianus (E/08) 59
Codex Vaticanus (B/03) 58
Codex Alexandrinus (A/02) 57
945 55
1739 55
Codex Athous Laurensis (Θ/044) 54
Codex Sinaiticus (א/01) 53
1175 53
33 50
Majority Text (m) 46
Peshitta (psh) 41
Codex Ephraemi (C/04) 38
Sahidic Coptic (sa) 32
P41 19
Vetus Latina (it) 18
Syriac Harklensis (syh) 17
Lucifer (Lcf) 8
Irenaeus (Ir) 7

Principal Component Analysis

Here is an animated PCA biplot mapping manuscripts and other witnesses (color-coded by date) and readings (blue) against the first three principal components:

The amount of variation accounted for by the first three components is:PCA Biplot Acts 20-22

Component Standard Deviation Proportion of Variance Cumulative Proportion
PC1 2.2349 0.2497 0.2497
PC2 1.4680 0.1077 0.3575
PC3 1.23884 0.07674 0.43423

Multidimensional Scaling

Here is an animated MDS plot where distances on the plot approximate the dissimilarities between the manuscripts and other witnesses (color-coded by date):MDS Plot Acts 20-22

Cluster Analysis

Hierarchical Agglomerative Cluster Analysis (Ward’s Criterion):Hierarchical Agglomerative Cluster Analysis - Acts 20-22

K-means partitioning with five clusters:K-means Partitioning with 5 Clusters - Acts 20-22

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