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First things first

Get the code!
git clone https://github.com/ufal/udpipe
cd udpipe/src

Now copy the udpipe/src/udpipe binary executable to somewhere in your $PATH.

Get some data!
git clone https://github.com/UniversalDependencies/UD_Norwegian-Bokmaal
cd UD_Norwegian-Bokmaal
Train a default model

With tokeniser and tagger:

cat no_bokmaal-ud-train.conllu | udpipe  --train nob.udpipe                  

Without tokeniser and tagger:

cat no_bokmaal-ud-train.conllu | udpipe  --tokenizer none --tagger none --train nob.udpipe                  
Parse some input

With gold standard POS tags:

cat no_bokmaal-ud-dev.conllu  |cut -f1-6 | sed 's/$/\t_\t_\t_\t_/g' | sed 's/^\t.*//g'| udpipe --parse nob.udpipe  > output               

Full pipeline:

echo "Det ligger en bok på bordet." | udpipe --tokenize --tag --parse nob.udpipe
Calculate accuracy
udpipe --accuracy --parse nob.udpipe no_bokmaal-ud-dev.conllu


For playing with the parameters we're going to try a smaller treebank:

git clone https://github.com/UniversalDependencies/UD_Turkish
cd UD_Turkish

Using the swap algorithm

If we want to support parsing non-projective trees we can use the swap algorithm:

udpipe --tokenizer none --tagger none --parser swap --train tur.swap.udpipe < tr-ud-train.conllu 

(This will take around 15 minutes)