In the interest of transparency and blind accessibility, we release the LaTeX source of our publications along with the R/Python code to generate the figures from the paper's data.
Each paper has its own directory of the form
Year is the year of publication, venue is where it was published, and keywords are some uniquely identifying terms (not always the title, which can sometimes be more cutesy).
To compile the PDF of a paper (e.g., 2015_naacl_qb_coref) run the command
This generates the PDF, compiles the bibliography, and creates any figures needed by the file.
To use a screenreader to read the source, open the main file:
And then follow the input commands to find any included files.
Or you can go to the "sections" subdirectory within a paper and read the LaTeX files in order (prefixed by number to help you read in order).
To compile papers, you'll need pdflatex, Rscript, python, ruby, and bibtex.