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Hierarchy of NeumesXML Tags
for Western Sources  
 

Tag Properties  Click tag name to view Tag Properties in frame on right
Icon key:
Expand  = Expand tree hierarchy
Collapse  = Contract tree hierarchy
Repeating  = Tag can repeat
Choice  = Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice
Character data  = Tag surrounds part of "the text" (ie, character data)
Abstract type  = Type is abstract; must use a concrete sub-type
Hyperlink  = Tag can include a hyperlink
Required  = Tag required in all NeumesXML documents

  Note: This visualization is intended as instructive only;
  the NeumesXML Schema source files shall be the definitive references.
 

 XML_headerRequired in all NeumesXML documents
     │
NeumesXMLRequired in all NeumesXML documents
 ├─
 encoding_declarationRequired in all NeumesXML documents
 ├─
 description_partRequired in all NeumesXML documents
 │     ├─ source_identityRequired in all NeumesXML documents
 │     │    └─Type is abstract; must use a concrete sub-type accession_x  (sub-type: Western)
 │     │           ├─
 incipit
 │     │           ├─
 siglum
 │     │           ├─
 location
 │     │           ├─
 rite
 │     │           ├─
 occasion
 │     │           ├─
 service
 │     │           ├─
Type is abstract; must use a concrete sub-type genre_x
 │     │           ├─
 cao
 │     │           └─
 concordance
 │     ├─Type is abstract; must use a concrete sub-type language_xRequired in all NeumesXML documents
 │     ├─
Type is abstract; must use a concrete sub-type notation_xRequired in all NeumesXML documents
 │     ├─
 physical_description
 │     │   ├─ dimensions
 │     │   └─
 layout
 │     ├─ attribution
 │     │   ├─ date_range
 │     │   ├─
Tag can repeatprovenance
 │     │   └─
 cultural_context
 │     ├─Tag can repeatcontent_link  Tag can include a hyperlink
 │     └─
Tag can repeatbibliographic_reference
 │
 └─ transcription_partRequired in all NeumesXML documents
       ├─ transcription_title
       ├─
 transcription_chronicle
       │    └─Tag can repeattranscription_log
       │          ├─
 project
       │          ├─
 editorial_procedures
       │          └
Tag can repeattranscription_statement
       │              ├─
 transcriber
       │              ├─
 transcription_date
       │              ├─
 version_identifier
       │              ├─
 edition_comments
       │              └─
 copyright_statement
       │
       ├─ edited_text
       ├─
 glyphs_resource  Tag can include a hyperlink
       └─ transcriptionRequired in all NeumesXML documents
             ├─ global_layoutRequired in all NeumesXML documents
             ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice rubric  Tag surrounds part of the text (ie, character data)
             ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice spoken_text  Tag surrounds part of the text (ie, character data)
             ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice neumed_syllable
             │      ├─ syllable  Tag surrounds part of the text (ie, character data)
             │      ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating
choice neume  Tag surrounds part of the text (ie, character data)
             │      ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice physical_boundary
             │      ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice editorial_comment
             │      └─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice illumination  Tag can include a hyperlink
             ├─Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice physical_boundary
             ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice editorial_comment
             ├─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice initial  Tag can include a hyperlink
             └─
Choose any tag at the same level: repeating choice illumination  Tag can include a hyperlink



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