In our effort to identify the original Greek text of the New Testament through analysis of the underlying numeric structure, there is currently no better place to start than with the work that is being done in textual criticism by the Center for New Testament Restoration (CNTR).
We are not affiliated with CNTR. To the best of our knowledge, our work is not an approach that has been undertaken by CNTR.
However, we have to have a starting point, and the CNTR text has been made freely available on their website.
Center for New Testament Restoration (CNTR)
CNTR conducts advanced work in textual criticism, using computer analysis and comparing more source manuscripts than ever previously examined. CNTR is the work of Alan Bunning, a lecturer at Purdue University in Indiana, and a graduate in New Testament Greek from the Kensington Theological Academy.
While still a work in progress the results to date are impressive. This is a scientific approach to identify the original text of the New Testament.
For more information about the project, visit the CNTR website.