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-The parser runs under Windows and Unix/​Linux/​MacOSX and minimally requires a Java Runtime Environment ​(JRE) (Java 1.5 or higher). It is best to install a full Java JDK. You can download the most current version of the parser from the website of the [[http://​nlp.stanford.edu/​software/​lex-parser.shtml#​Download|Stanford NLP Group]].+The parser runs under Windows and Unix/​Linux/​MacOSX and minimally requires a Java Development Kit (JDK) (Java 1.5 or higher). It is best to install a full [[linguisticsweb:​tutorials:​linguistics_tutorials:​basics:​environment:​java|Java JDK]]. You can download the most current version of the parser from the website of the [[http://​nlp.stanford.edu/​software/​lex-parser.shtml#​Download|Stanford NLP Group]].
  
 In a next step, extract the Stanford Parser into a directory of your choice (using Windows, you need to extract it twice). The package contains also a basic graphical user interface (GUI) for visualization of structure trees. In a next step, extract the Stanford Parser into a directory of your choice (using Windows, you need to extract it twice). The package contains also a basic graphical user interface (GUI) for visualization of structure trees.