TEI for ISO
Using the TEI for Editing ISO documents
Most of the necessary documentation for using the giudelines in specific contexts can be found under: .
Looking between the lines at , one can also get advice as to how to integrate a TEI component within a third party DTD or schema.
Terms and definition
The term and difinition section should be represented as a list of items:
<head>Terms and definitions</head> <list type="termlist"> <item/> </list>
Each item should have the following structure:
<item xml:id="stateOfTheArt" n="3.13"> <term>state of the art</term> <gloss>developed stage of technical capability at a given time as regards products, processes and services, based on the relevant consolidated findings of science, technology and experience</gloss>  </item>
Abbreviation should be represented by means of an following the corresponding <term> Additional terms for the same concepts should be represented as <term>'s following the main entry.
Using TEI modules in ISO specification (and others...)
The relaxNg schema for representing feature structures is available under .
This can be generated directly by means of the following ODD declaration:
<schemaSpec ident="testjustfs" start=""> <moduleRef key="tei"/> <moduleRef key="iso-fs"/> </schemaSpec>
Using Vesta to compile ISO document
Bugs and feature requests
- figures in docx outputs do not appear
- xml tags within egXML do not appear in the HTML output
- generating anchors
Linking to ISO cat
List of references to data categories as ISOCat entries at the end of an ISO standards are represented along a pattern close to that of terminological entries:
<item xml:id="DCn" dcr:datcat="http://www.isocat.org/datcat/ISO-DC-n"> <term>abbreviation</term> <gloss>Designation formed by omitting words or letters from a longer form and refering to the same concept.</gloss> </item>
The dcr prefix should be associated with the name space: http://www.isocat.org/ns/dcr
Work is ongoing to provide a TEI export to ISOCat that would allow one to embed a DCS (Data Category Selection) expressed as a list of items automatically.
<ref>tags exist, but no
<references/>tag was found