The syntax trees at https://github.com/biblicalhumanities/g ... -testament now include the lowfat syntax trees that Micheal Palmer and I demonstrated at SBL 2014, and have used for some queries here on B-Greek. They are designed to be easily queried and displayed using Web technologies, and are created from the Global Bible Initiative Syntax Trees using an automatic transformation.
The Global Bible Initiative has provided a number of updates to their SBLGNT and Nestle1904 Greek Syntax Trees, which can be found in the same location.
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