Table 3

Sampling of “crazy appendix mode” ID and label rules and considerations

IDs:
  1. Change prefix of @id from “x” or “x” to “app” in <app>, and any child <section> and <subsect#> tags for all instances except coden JPCRBU which uses “s” section prefix; this rule applies to the appendix and all sections and subsects in the appendix.
  2. If AIP <appendix> has no @id and is not equal to coden JPCRBU: Take the value of the first <section> @id. If no @id, do not generate
LABELS:
Appendix: Do not generate text “Appendix:”
Section & Subsection label numbering:
  1. If child of <appendix> has @id: generate JATS <label> as “1.”, “2.”… based on sequential order within that appendix
  2. If grandchild of <appendix> has @id: generate JATS <label> as “a.”, “b.”… based on sequential order within that appendix/section.
  3. If no @id do not generate label
  4. When JATS <app> has borrowed @id from first section child do not generate label for section even though it has one.

From: How Well Do You Know Your Data? Converting an Archive of Proprietary Markup Schemes to JATS: A Case Study

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