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Cite Group

A group of Cite nodes.

!array('This type allows you to group associated citations together. When some content in a ')Creative Work!array(' cites more than one reference for a particular piece of text, use a ')CiteGroup!array(' to encapsulate multiple ')Cite!array(' nodes.')

!array('At present we do not give a ')citationMode!array(' property to a ')CiteGroup!array(' since they will almost always be parenthetical as opposed to narrative. In other words, it usually only makes sense for individual ')Cite!array(' nodes to be narrative (although they may be connected together within ')content!array(' using words such as "and").')

This schema type is marked as unstable ⚠️ and is subject to change.

Properties#

Name@idTypeDescriptionInherited from
itemsschema:itemListElementArray of CiteOne or more `Cite`s to be referenced in the same surrounding text.CiteGroup
idschema:idstringThe identifier for this item.Entity
metastencila:metaobjectMetadata associated with this item.Entity

Examples#

{
"type": "Article",
"title": "An example of using the CiteGroup node type",
"authors": [
{
"type": "Person",
"givenNames": [
"Joe"
],
"familyNames": [
"Bloggs"
]
}
],
"content": [
{
"type": "Paragraph",
"content": [
"Citing two articles ",
{
"type": "CiteGroup",
"items": [
{
"type": "Cite",
"target": "some-one-else-1991"
},
{
"type": "Cite",
"target": "updated-works-2009"
}
]
},
"."
]
}
],
"references": [
{
"type": "Article",
"id": "some-one-else-1991",
"title": "Another article by someone else",
"authors": [
{
"type": "Person",
"givenNames": [
"Some",
"One"
],
"familyNames": [
"Else"
]
}
],
"datePublished": "1991"
},
{
"type": "Article",
"id": "update-works-2009",
"title": "A Better Updated Work",
"authors": [
{
"type": "Person",
"givenNames": [
"Some",
"Better"
],
"familyNames": [
"Person"
]
}
],
"datePublished": "2009"
}
]
}

Related#

  • Parent: Entity
  • Descendants: None

Available as#

Source#

This documentation was generated from CiteGroup.schema.yaml.