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Comment #00626 - add ref-type="bio" to allowable values for xref/@ref-type - z39_96-2015.pdf (revision #1)

Comment 626
Addressed (Unresolved)
ANSI/NISO Z39.96-2015, JATS: Journal Article Tag Suite, version 1.1 (Revision 1)
Comment Submitted by
Rebecca Orris
2016-05-23 10:00:45

We've come across a valid use case for adding xref/@ref-type="bio" for one of the publishers (Taylor & Francis) who supply content to PMC.



Here is the tagging we have received:



<contrib-group>

<contrib contrib-type="author">

<name>

<surname>Tsuji</surname>

<given-names>Bun</given-names>

</name>

<xref ref-type="aff" rid="af0001"><sup>a</sup></xref>

<xref ref-type="aff" rid="af0002"><sup>b</sup></xref>
<xref ref-type="bio" rid="b0001"/>

</contrib>

<contrib contrib-type="author">

<name>

<surname>Hayashi</surname>

<given-names>Keiji</given-names>

</name>

<xref ref-type="aff" rid="af0003"><sup>c</sup></xref>
<xref ref-type="bio" rid="b0002"/>

</contrib>

<contrib contrib-type="author">

<name>

<surname>Kondo</surname>

<given-names>Narihiko</given-names>

</name>

<xref ref-type="aff" rid="af0004"><sup>d</sup></xref>

<xref ref-type="bio" rid="b0003"/>

</contrib>

...

<bio id="b0001">

<title>About the authors</title>

<p>This Japanese research group has focused on human respiratory, thermal and ...</p>

<p>...</p>

</bio>

<bio id="b0002">

<p>....</p>

</bio>

<bio id="b0003">

<p>...</p>

</bio>

</contrib-group>

Submitter Proposed Solution

Add the value @ref-type="bio" for the xref element, to allow for cross-references to <bio> elements

Ms. B. Tommie Usdin
2017-08-31 09:21:03

Reference types (@ref-type on <xref>) will be made an open CDATA list, with no required values, only a list of suggested values.