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Analytical tree

Analytical function (afun) is displayed in blue. If the node's is_member is set to 1, the type of the structure is indicated by Co (coordination) or Ap (apposition) in light blue. For is_parenthesis_root, Pa is displayed in the same colour.

Tectogrammatical tree

  1. t_lemma is displayed on the first line. If the node's sentmod is non-empty, its value is displayed in green after a dot. If there is a coreference leading to a different sentence, the t_lemma of the refered node is displayed in blue, too.
  2. Node's functor is displayed in brown. If the node's subfunctor or is_state are defined, they are indicated in light brown. Attribute is_member is displayed as "M" in blue and is_parenthesis as "P" in gray.
  3. For nodes of all types other than complex, nodetype is displayed in blue. For complex nodes, their gram/sempos is displayed in light magenta. All the non-empty values of grammatemes are listed in green, and for ambiguous values the names of the attributes are displayed in dark green.
  4. Generated nodes are displayed as squares, non-generated ones as ovals.
  5. Edges from nodes to roots or from nodes with functor PAR, PARTL, VOCAT, RHEM, CM, FPHR, and PRE to their parents are thin and dashed. Edges from coordination heads with is_member are thin. Edges from other nodes with is_member to their coordination parents are displayed with the lower half thick and upper half thin. Edges from nodes without is_member to their coordination parents are displayed thin in magenta. Edges from coordination nodes without is_member to their parents are displayed with the lower half thin and upper half thick. All other edges are displayed half-thick.
  6. The attribute tfa is reflected by the colour of the node. Green colour represents tfa = c, yellow tfa = f, white tfa = t and gray colour indicates no tfa. The value is also displayed before the functor in cyan.
  7. Attributes gram, is_dsp_root, is_name_of_person, and quot are diplayed at the last line in green.
  8. Solid blue arrows represent textual coreference. Dashed dark orange arrows represent grammatical coreference. Dash-and-dot green arrow represents the second dependency of a complement. Dark red arrow represents correference to a segment of other sentence. Exophoric coreference is represented by a blue arrow pointing up.