Cincinnati, OH, January 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- On Monday, DivineCoders released yet another new advancement in Bible Code which makes it possible, for the first time in Bible Code, to determine statistical significance, James Everett (Chief Executive Officer) explains, "For the first time in Bible Code, we are now able to determine the statistical significance of our discoveries within a 5% margin of error..."
When asked, how does this advance Bible Code, James stated "Because, it is now possible to determine statistical significance, so we can now say, 'Wow, that keyword is really statistically significant or, O.K. that keyword is definitely not significant'... this is something we could never say before in Bible Code, but now we can with 95% accuracy."
DivineCoders also released an update to both their online and Windows version of their Bible Code software on Monday. Those interested can download their latest version free of charge at www.divinecoders.com. DivineCoders also released an article that provides an overview of their latest research and you can even download their full analysis at:
When asked about what has changed in the new version of their Windows based Bible Code software, James explained "Everything. We took out all the bugs, we consolidated everything into a single form, and we added a ton of functionality that enhance the search process."
James continues, "We design mostly based on our members feedback, so we include the tools they ask for and we take the time to fix our mistakes, add in our latest standards, and to advance whatever we can, where we can. Some of these new features include the ability to convert any matrix into its exact HTML equivalent for print/sharing needs, a compact matrix display with an expand option, three different phases of search, and the list goes on."
DivineCoders wrote a comprehensive user manual that can be downloaded from their website at www.divinecoders.com/downloads.php. This manual is perfect for those new to Bible Code because it takes a practical approach to explaining how to operate the software, and it even explains to the user how to interpret their results, which James thinks, "...a lot of users seem to miss" and "Bible Code is a tough subject to learn, so we help facilitate that process for as many folks as we can by covering material in a simplified, practical way."
DivineCoders are the leading pioneers in Bible Code software and research. Since their online debut in late 2011, DivineCoders went on to release the world's first truly online based Bible Code software. Since then, they were the first to create and adhere to an official Bible Code Software and Research standard, and the first to begin testing for statistical significance.