The following structure is in place for encoding
bibitem as YAML objects. The structure has not yet been generalised to
bibdata/ext, the flavour-specific extensions of Relaton.
|Relaton YAML can be used to represent bibliographic entries in Metanorma.|
If an element in Relaton XML has attributes, the content of the element is represented in YAML
<title type="main">Geographic information</title>
title: type: main content: Geographic information
Any elements with a cardinality of many can be represented as arrays, but they can also be populated by a hash or single element. For example, a Relaton title can have multiple titles, and multiple scripts; so the following are equivalent:
title: - type: main content: Geographic information title: type: main content: Geographic information script: - Latn script: Latn
on is a reserved word, and thus cannot be used as a key.
value is used as a synonym for
on in dates.
The structure below is given in YAML format:
# bibliographic item anchor, used to crossreference within document id: ISO/TC211 # date record was created fetched: '2019-06-30' # titles are an array, with a mandatory type and content, and optional format, language and script title: - type: main content: Geographic information - type: subtitle content: Geographic information subtitle language: en script: Latn format: text/plain # type of document type: standard # document identifiers are an array, with a mandatory type and id component docid: type: ISO id: TC211 # document number docnumber: '211' # edition edition: '1' # language is an array language: - en - fr # script is an array script: Latn # version contains revision date and draft (as array) version: revision_date: '2019-04-01' draft: draft # note is an array of type and content biblionote: type: bibnote content: > Mark set a major league home run record in 1998. # document status has stage, and optional substage and iteration docstatus: stage: value: '30' abbreviation: CD substage: value: '00' iteration: final # date is an array, with mandatory type, and either an "on" value or a "from" and optional "to" value date: - type: issued value: '2014' - type: published from: '2014-04' to: '2014-05' - type: accessed value: '2015-05-20' # abstract is an array, with content, and optional language, script, format abstract: - content: > ISO 19115-1:2014 defines the schema required for ... - content: > L'ISO 19115-1:2014 définit le schéma requis pour ... language: fr script: Latn format: text/plain # contributors are an array of entity/role pairs, where entity is either person or organization. # The role is an array of type and description; it can be a an array of just string, which are treated # as the type. # Organisations have attributes name, url, abbreviation, subdivision, contacts, identifiers # Persons have attributes name, affiliation, contacts # Person names have attributes surname, completename, initials, forename, additions, prefixes. # Initials, forename, additions, prefixes are arrays. # Name field values are either strings, or hashes, with content and language and script attributes. # The language and script attribute can also be given on the name. # Contacts are an array, containing either addresses, or other fields. # Addresses are identified as hashes containing a city attribute; they can also contain a street # (which is an array), a postcode, a state, and a country. The other contact fields # are phones, emails, uris; they contain a type giving the field name, and a value. # Affiliations are an array, and they contains an organization, and an optional description. # The affiliation description can be a single string, or a hash of content, language, script, and format. contributor: - organization: name: International Organization for Standardization url: www.iso.org abbreviation: ISO subdivision: division role: type: publisher description: Publisher role - person: name: completename: content: A. Bierman language: en affiliation: - organization: name: IETF abbreviation: IETF identifier: - type: uri id: www.ietf.org description: Affiliation description contact: - street: - 8 Street St city: City postcode: '123456' country: Country state: State - type: phone value: '223322' role: author - organization: name: IETF abbreviation: IETF identifier: - type: uri id: www.ietf.org role: publisher - person: name: language: en initial: - A. surname: Bierman affiliation: - organization: name: IETF abbreviation: IETF description: content: Affiliation description language: en script: Latn identifier: - type: uri id: www.person.com role: author # copyright consists of an owner (a hash containing the fields of an organisation), # a "from" date, and an optional "to" date copyright: owner: name: International Organization for Standardization abbreviation: ISO url: www.iso.org from: '2014' to: '2020' # link is an array of URIs, with a type and content link: - type: src content: https://www.iso.org/standard/53798.html - type: obp content: https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#!iso:std:53798:en - type: rss content: https://www.iso.org/contents/data/standard/05/37/53798.detail.rss # relations are an array of type, bibitem, locality, source_locality, and description. # bibitem contains any of the attributes of a bibliographic item. # locality is an array of locality_stack which is an array of hash of type, # reference_from, and optionally reference_to # source_locality is an array of source_locality_stack which is similar to locality_stack # description is optional and contains content and optional format, language, ans script. relation: - type: updates bibitem: formattedref: ISO 19115:2003 locality: locality_stack: type: page reference_from: '7' reference_to: '10' source_locality: source_locality_stack: - type: volume reference_from: '1' - type: chapter reference_from: '2' - type: updates bibitem: type: standard formattedref: content: ISO 19115:2003/Cor 1:2006 forr=mat: text/plain description: content: supersedes format: text/plain - type: partOf bibitem: title: type: main content: Book title format: text/plain # series are an array, containing a type, and either a formattedref, or: # a title, a place, an organization (string), # an abbreviation, a from, a to, a number, and a partnumber. # The series title, like the titles of bibliographic items, contains a type, # content, and optional language, script, and format attributes. # The abbreviation and formattedref are either a string, # or a hash containing content, language, and script. series: - type: main title: type: original content: ISO/IEC FDIS 10118-3 language: en script: Latn format: text/plain place: Serie's place organization: Serie's organization abbreviation: content: ABVR language: en script: Latn from: 2009-02-01 to: 2010-12-20 number: serie1234 partnumber: part5678 - type: alt formattedref: content: serieref language: en script: Latn - title: content: - content: Series language: en script: Latn - content: Séries language: fr script: Latn format: text/plain # medium contains a form, a size, and a scale medium: form: medium form size: medium size scale: medium scale # place is an array of strings or hashes of name, url, and region place: - bib place - name: Geneva uri: geneva.place region: Switzelznd # extent is an array, containing type, a reference_from, and an optional reference_to extent: type: section reference_from: '7' reference_to: '10' # accesslocation is an array of strings accesslocation: - accesslocation1 - accesslocation2 # classification is an array of type and value classification: type: type value: value # validity contains a begins date, an ends date, and a revision date validity: begins: 2010-10-10 12:21 ends: 2011-02-03 18:30 revision: 2011-03-04 09:00 # keyword is an array of strings or hashes of content, language, script, and format keyword: - Keyword - Key Word # license is a string license: License