TAN keywords for types of relationships (<relationship>)

Definitive list of key terms used for describing relationships between digital files.

Master location: http://textalign.net/release/TAN-1-dev/TAN-key/relationships.TAN-key.xml

Table 9.7. TAN keywords for types of relationships

keywords (optional values of @which)IRIsComments
  • auxiliary

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:auxiliary

Digital or nondigital entity that was helpful in creating or editing the present file. This may be useful for crediting a helpful starting point.

  • stylesheet

  • transformation

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:stylesheet

XSLT or XQuery document that was used to create the current TAN document.

  • class 2

  • dependent

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:dependent

Points to a TAN file that uses the current file as a source.

  • context

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:context

Background information about one or more concepts mentioned in a TAN file.

  • alternatively divided edition

  • alternatively divided copy

  • alternatively segmented edition

  • alternatively segmented copy

  • resegmented copy

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:alternatively-divided-edition

Used by a class 1 file to point to another class 1 file that contains the identical transcription for the same version of the same work on the same textual object, but divides that transcription into a different reference system. If this value is invoked, the text-joined text content of <body> must be identical, following TAN rules for joining leaf divs. This <relationship> is useful for developing a concordance between alternative reference systems for the same text.

  • old version

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:old-version

TAN file superseded by the present file, and part of the same editorial stream. The alterations are considered not to warrant a new @id in the rootmost element.

  • new version

  • update

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:new-version

TAN file that supersedes the present file, and part of the same editorial stream. The alterations have not been significant enough to warrant a new @id in the rootmost element. This is useful for officially deprecating a TAN file without deleting it.

  • different work version

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:different-work-version

Used by a class 1 TAN file to point to another that offers the same work but in a different version.

  • model

  • tag:textalign.net,2015:relationship:model

Used by a class 1 TAN file to point to another that has the structure the source file has adopted for structuring div elements and assigning values to @n and @type.