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There has been a rapid increase in the volume of research on data-driven dependency parsers in the past five years. This increase has been driven by the availability of treebanks in a wide variety of languages-due in large part to the CoNLL shared tasks-as well as the straightforward mechanisms by which dependency theories of syntax can encode complex phenomena in free word order languages. In this article, our aim is to take a step back and analyze the progress that has been made through andoi:10.1162/coli_a_00039 fatcat:u7h6ra6pmnao7dap2zmgcnwcua