This is the Windows app named Linguistic Tree Constructor whose latest release can be downloaded as ltc-3.3.0-setup-windows.exe. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Linguistic Tree Constructor
Linguistic Tree Constructor (LTC) is a tool for drawing lingusitic syntax trees of already-existing text.
It is a syntax editor, not a text editor, so the text has to exist already. It is best suited for large-scale, rapid creation of hand-annotated treebanks.
The user can define their own node categories, and can label each node with labels, also definable by the user. LTC supports "generic", X-Bar and RRG trees.
Supports interlinear texts in SIL SFM format.
- Supports rapid drawing of syntax trees
- Works with existing text -- not a text editor, but a syntax editor
- X-Bar syntax supported "natively"
- Supports "generic" trees, with user-defined labels
- The LSC projection of Role and Reference Grammar (RRG) is supported
- Exports to High-DPI syntax tree images for print publications (300+ DPI)
- Exports to low-DPI syntax tree images for web publications
- Supports user-configurable interlinear text (e.g., text + pos tag + lemma for each word)
Science/Research, Education, Developers, End Users/Desktop
Win32 (MS Windows), Eclipse, wxWidgets, Carbon (Mac OS X)
Prolog, C++, Java
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