CRViewer (CoReference Viewer) is a tool to compute some co-reference chain statistics. It is written in Java and uses JavaFX (requires Java 8 or higher).
It is released under the terms of the MPL-2.0 license.
You can download the JAR file here (v1.0.4).
You must decompress the ZIP file (do not just enter into
it with your file manager: decompress it) and then run the
Important note for Windows users: On Windows, you will need to tell Java to use UTF-8. You may start Java with the command line:
java -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 -jar crviewer-<VERSION>.jar
This line is in the
start.bat script in the zip file
above, so to start CRViewer on Windows with the above zip, just
double-click on the
start.bat file rather than the
Important note for Linux users: You must install the
openjfx package. Just open your graphical package manager
and look for the package, or use the command line:
apt install openjfx
To run the
.jar file, you must either set the
executable bit to be able to run it by double-clicking on it (or at
least by choosing the Java Runtim Machine from your file manager
contextual menu), or run it with the command line:
java -jar crviewer-<VERSION>.jar
Important note for Mac users: Some problems have been reported when using Java 9 or 10 on MacOS. So if you can, use Java 8 or Windows or Linux.
If you use the program in your academic work, please cite the gitlab link (or the github link for older versions).
There are some tutorials on Youtube (in French):