Re: [jats-list] inline tables

Subject: Re: [jats-list] inline tables
From: Michael Boudreau <mboudreau@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2013 20:59:02 +0000
We use the 'specific-use' attribute (which also triggers special
processing by Literatum for JSTOR).

Michael R. Boudreau
Electronic Publishing Technology Manager
The University of Chicago Press
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On 9/6/13 3:51 PM, "Kirsten Howard" <kirstenh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Hi all,
>I'm trying to advise a client on how to differentiate in their XML
>between tables that are large and should get special table treatment when
>viewing the table online and tables that are small and should appear in
>line with the text.  These are things where there are 3 rows and 2
>columns of data, the sort of thing where in Word you wouldn't bother with
>a table, you'd just use tabs to line up the 2nd column neatly.
>In looking through JATS/BITS, we've got inline graphics and inline
>formulas (even inline supplementary material) but no inline tables.
>There's the position attribute on the table-wrap, but that doesn't seem
>to be quite what I'm looking for.  Any recommendations on how to indicate
>such a thing?
>It is Friday afternoon and the weather outside is absolutely amazing, but
>I'm still in my office so if I've missed obvious information, I trust
>you'll understand why!
>+1 434 296 6333 x371

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