Is there a tanach which analyses each word of the text that one should not need to look up the dikduk in the concordance every time. I believe there is a non-Jewish one.
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The only texts with which I'm familiar that do anything like this are Davidson's The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon and the Old Testament Parsing Guide, by Beall, Smith and Banks. The first is structured more like a dictionary, while the second follows the verses in their literary order (as it is maintained in the Christian tradition - ie: concluding with Malachi). I know of no other text like it.
I should add that using any text of this nature can be risky. Grammatical analysis is hardly an "exact science", and there's a great deal of scope for varied opinion when it comes to parsing words. The best thing is always to consult lexicons, grammars and concordances, and to pay careful attention to mefarshim like Ibn Ezra and Radak. I don't think there's a shortcut, and even if there were it would just be one person's (or one committee's) opinion. But if you're learning to parse, a parsing guide like the one I mentioned can be a useful supplement, and is not influenced by the authors' theology.