Kenny is classicist, philosopher and more.  He did stats on Aristotle before 
writing an introductory book on literary statistics for Pergamon Press
and then his book on the NT.

Using the Friberg and Friberg text for counts you have the advantage
of being able to specify if you wish to omit anything e.g. all text in square
brackets.  Morgenthaler is still useful and I use it, but of course it is
based on an older text and doesn't  have quite the level of completeness that
can be achieved with computer counts if reliably done.  However a cross check
with M is always worth doing to see if something may be wrong with a set of

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