Re: [jats-list] Element for wrapping a group of xref elements

Subject: Re: [jats-list] Element for wrapping a group of xref elements
From: Ian Mulvany <i.mulvany@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 13:40:51 +0000
We are going to be marking in-line references in the following way at eLife

<xref ref-type="bibr" rid="bib8 bib25">
     (Chintapalli et al., 2007; McQuilton et al., 2012)

- Ian

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 1:26 PM, Alf Eaton <eaton.alf@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Is there an element in the JATS DTD that is suitable for denoting a
> collection of xref elements in the body of an article?
> For example, in various citation styles:
> "induce co-stimulatory molecule
> elevation<xref-group><xref>14</xref>,<xref>15</xref>,<xref>18</xref></xref-group>."
> "induce co-stimulatory molecules elevation
> <xref-group>(<xref>Gagliardi 2000</xref>; <xref>Berin
> 2008</xref>)</xref-group>."
> "induce co-stimulatory molecule
> elevation<xref-group>[<xref>14</xref>-<xref>16</xref>]</xref-group>."
> If the citations were marked up in this way, then it would be possible
> for the renderer to choose which style
> (numeric/superscript/parenthetical) to use when rendering them.
> For example, <xref-group><xref rid="ref-14">14</xref><xref
> rid="ref-15">15</xref><xref rid="ref-16">16</xref></xref-group> could
> be turned into a comma-separated list of numbers, a hyphenated pair of
> numbers, or a semi-colon-separated list of author/year pairs, with the
> appropriate punctuation.
> Thanks,
> Alf

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