The “default” view is a graphical presentation of the parse tree.
If the sentence has been accessed through a query,
the focus of the query is highlighted in the displayed tree.
By default the analysis view presents an analysis of one sentence.
It is possible to extend the analysis presentation to include
immediately preceeding or immediately following sentences by clicking respectively
(when available) the leftside up arrow, or the leftside down arrow.
If analyses for more than one sentence are being shown,
then it is possible to remove the first sentence from view with a rightside down arrow,
or remove the last sentence from view with a rightside up arrow.
From a display of multiple sentences,
clicking on a sentence id changes the view to that isolated example.
Non-adjacent sentences can also be displayed,
by clicking the “Context“ button to open
a view that permits sentences to be selected freely from the wider context.
A tree view also gives navigation options:
You can choose [Previous] to see the tree for the immediately preceding sentence or choose [Next] to see the tree for the immediately following sentence.
You can choose [Query builder] to use the annotation as the basis for constructing a search expression.
You can download a graphic file of the tree with [SVG tree], a text file of the tree with [Bracketed tree], or a text file of the tree with [XML tree].