Update: Added the Stanford NLP link for constituent parse trees in text form
I needed to visualize a sentence parse tree of the “constituent” variety (you know, one of those with S, NP, VP and all the goods) and googled “show constituent trees”, expecting to see good quality hits on search result page 1. Turns out, there are no good quality web tools out there. Sure, there are sites that will offer you to download “applications that run on any version of Vista”, but my Vista desktop was temporarily unavailable that day. Google’s Cloud NLP front page offers a nifty tool to parse and display trees, but those are of the “dependency” variety.
Voila, here is your tree.