Type of Figure
Type or format of the figure (for example, “cartoon”, “chart”, “diagram”, “map”, “plate”, “workflow”).
This attribute was created to preserve existing semantic content when converting from a publisher’s Tag Set. Many journal Tag Sets make a distinction between different types of graphical objects (some by means of attributes, others with distinct elements). In this Tag Set, all these figure types will be tagged using the <fig> element. The distinctions between different types of figures can be preserved using the @fig-type attribute, for example, by recording the content type of the figure, such as “map”.
Used on Element: <fig>
|Text, numbers, or special characters||The type of object shown in the figure, for example, “diagram”, “chart”, or “map”.|
|Restriction||@fig-type is an optional attribute; there is no default.|
... <fig id="f3" position="anchor" fig-type="plate" orientation="landscape"> <caption>...</caption> <graphic specific-use="print" xlink:href="fig2.jpg"/> </fig> ...