Generic count element to count anything a NISO JATS user organization may wish to count in a document. The @count-type attribute will name what is being counted (such as footnotes, tables, sections, contributors, images, etc.) The @count attribute will state how many of the objects are in the document.
Best Practice: Although a NISO JATS user organization could choose to record all the counts of objects in a document using this element, the specific count elements (<fig-count>, <equation-count>, <word-count>, etc.) should be used whenever possible, using the <count> element only for counting objects that do not have a predefined count or for splitting one of the defined counts into multiple types.
<!ELEMENT count EMPTY >
This is an EMPTY element
This element may be contained in:
... <article-meta> ... <abstract>...</abstract> <conference> <conf-date iso-8601-date="1999">1999</conf-date> <conf-name>The 27th annual ACM SI/GUCCS conference</conf-name> <conf-acronym>SIGUCCS</conf-acronym> <conf-num>27</conf-num> <conf-loc>Denver, Colorado, United States</conf-loc> <conf-sponsor>ACM, Assoc. for Computing Machinery</conf-sponsor> <conf-theme>User services conference for university and college computing service organizations</conf-theme> </conference> <counts> <count count-type="contributors" count="3"/> <fig-count count="5"/> <table-count count="3"/> <equation-count count="10"/> <ref-count count="26"/> <page-count count="6"/> <word-count count="2847"/> </counts> </article-meta> ...