[Corpora-List] Working Latex package for typesetting dependency graphs?

Nabil Hathout Nabil.Hathout at univ-tlse2.fr
Wed Jan 11 17:31:23 CET 2012

Dear Adam,

there is a mailing list dedicated to this kind of questions : Ling-TeX (http://heim.ifi.uio.no/~dag/ling-tex.html).


--Nabil Hathout

Le 11/01/2012 16:43, Adam Radziszewski a écrit :
> [Apologies for semi-spam]
> Dear Corpora users,
> I've been trying for a couple of hours to find a *working* LaTEX package
> to produce simple dependency graphs. I'm sure many of you have already
> done it successfully, so I venture to ask for hints here.
> What I mean is a package tailored at drawing labelled arrows between
> words or blocks of text without having to learn a large general package
> like PSTricks or TIKZ.
> My best hit seemed tikz-dependency, unfortunately I can't compile even
> the simplest examples (TIKZ itself works perfectly on my side, that is
> texlive distribution on Ubuntu 10.04).
> I'll be grateful for any hints,
> Adam Radziszewski
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