New: MMAX2 moved to, and can be downloaded from, the HITS-NLP GitHub page!
If you are using MMAX2 in your work, please cite the following article:
Christoph Müller, Michael Strube (2006): Multi-Level Annotation of Linguistic Data with MMAX2. In: Sabine Braun, Kurt Kohn, Joybrato Mukherjee (Eds.): Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy. New Resources, New Tools, New Methods. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pp. 197-214. (English Corpus Linguistics, Vol.3 ). (PDF) (BibTex) The official MMAX2 documentation comprises the Quick Start Guide, the Annotation Scheme Guide, the Style Sheet Guide, and the Query Language Manual. Note: The Query Language is a bit arcane, try to use something more standard, XML-based, if possible...
MMAX2 is still alive and active! See what Google finds for "mmax2 annotation" in the last 365 days!
Feel free to contact me at 'contact at mmax2 dot net' if you have any questions or comments!