The BHW with Westminster Hebrew Morphology 4.18 was released for Logos Bible Software in November, 2013.
The Westminster Transcription and Morphology of the Leningrad Codex is without a doubt my most used database of any kind. I have used (and continue to use) various versions of this text in Accordance, Gramcord, BibleWorks, and Logos.
It may be surprising but this electronic text saw it’s beginning over 30 years ago! The CCAT project at the University of Pennsylvania began to conceive of this text in the early 1980’s and then after it was official archived at Oxford and software was released in the summer of 1987 further work was done on it and it started becoming a lot more like the text we use today. Keep in mind this was years before great company’s like Accordance, BibleWorks, and Logos saw the light of day in the early 1990’s. Meaning this text has had a life outside of current commercial software.
This textual database has been continuously used and improved for well over 26 years. And, In my opinion this updated version is worth far more than Logos is currently asking for it. Anyone, remember the IBYCUS Scholarly Computer and how much it cost?