Non-normative Example

An example integrated in the text of a document, used for giving additional information intended to assist the understanding or use of the document. In ISO standards, examples are without exception non-normative.


This element is part of the ISOSTS customization of the JATS journal publishing vocabulary; it is not part of the base vocabulary.


id Identifier
originator Originator

Model Description

The following, in order:

This element may be contained in:

<ack>, <annotation>, <app>, <app-group>, <author-comment>, <bio>, <body>, <boxed-text>, <caption>, <def>, <disp-formula>, <disp-quote>, <fig>, <fn>, <glossary>, <license-p>, <list-item>, <named-content>, <non-normative-example>, <non-normative-note>, <notes>, <open-access>, <p>, <ref>, <ref-list>, <sec>, <speech>, <statement>, <styled-content>, <supplementary-material>, <table-wrap>, <table-wrap-foot>, <td>, <term-display>, <term-sec>, <th>


        <title>meta data-category</title>
        <p>name used to group similar <bold>data-categories</bold> (3.6) together;
          thus, a category of <bold>data-categories</bold> (3.6)</p>
          <p>A meta data-category is equivalent to a typed element
            in ISO 16642. A meta data-category is instantiated into a
            terminological data-category through the value of its
            <italic>type</italic> attribute.</p>
            <p>In the tag &lt;descrip type="definition">, the meta data-category
              is <italic>descrip</italic> and the terminological
              data-category is /definition/.</p></non-normative-example>