Array (Simple Tabular Array)


Defines an arrangement of material in rows and columns that is not a true table but merely a small block of one or more rows and columns in the flow of the narrative, typically presented as a block with space before it and after it. (Uses the XHTML table body element or a graphic to express the rows and columns.)


Display Note: Array (Simple Tabular Array)s are not allowed to float; they are tied to their positions in the text. True tables are allowed to float in text or be anchored, as determined by the value of their position attribute.


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Related Elements

Conversion Note: Array (Simple Tabular Array)s have neither labels, titles, nor captions; row and column material that has labels, titles, or captions should be tagged as a table (element Table Wrapper <table-wrap>). A graphic containing simple tabular material that occurs within a paragraph or between two paragraphs should be tagged as an <array>, not merely as a loose <graphic> or as a <fig> or <table>.

Model Description

The following, in order:

Tagged Example

<p><italic>Goniocyclus hannibalensis</italic> is founded on specimens that
cannot be related to a precise stratgraphic position within the excavated
succession; consequently faunal relationships cannot be expressed with certainty.
...Preliminary reports of the ancestral
<italic>Goniocyclus</italic> species are described as:
<td><sc>Goniatitina</sc> (Hyatt, 1884)</td>
<td><sc>Pericyclaceae</sc> (Hyatt, 1900)</td>
<td><sc>Pericyckidae</sc> (Hyatt, 1900)</td>
<td><sc>Goniocyclus</sc> (Gordon, 1986)</td>
<td>Type Species</td>
<td><italic>Goniatites blairi</italic> (Miller and Gurley, 1896)</td>