Linguistic Tree Constructor is an application that allows its users to draw linguistic syntax trees.
Users can easily define node categories and create labels for each node, if needed. Linguistic Tree Constructor supports RRG, X-Bar and generic trees.
Linguistic Tree Constructor is a very useful tool for making syntax trees for large amounts of text.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The syntax-node type "Relation" ("R") has been added to syntax_nodes.txt.
· The syntax-node / phrase-type panel to the left has been given a scrollbar that appears if the window cannot contain the full list. This is useful if you resize the window and still want to use the full range of syntax nodes / phrase types.
· The default size of the window has been made slightly taller to accommodate the new "Relation" syntax node.
· The bugfix is that On Mac OS X, the .dmg file now works out of the box on Leopard (10.5). Before, Leopard could show a message saying that the .dmg image was corrupted. It was not, but Leopard complained anyway.