Example Content Model XML

Below is example XML for the description at: http://diagramcenter.org/examples/minimally_complete.xml.  The XML can easily be transformed to formatted HTML using the the XSL transform at: http://diagramcenter.org/development/content-model/48.html.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="desc2html.xsl"?>

<d:description xml:id="watercycle-desc" xml:lang="en"
    xmlns="http://www.daisy.org/ns/z3998/authoring/"
    xmlns:d="http://www.daisy.org/ns/z3998/authoring/features/description/"
    xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">
    <d:head>
        <meta property="dc:identifier" content="source-or-self-identification?" />
        <meta property="dc:language" content="en-US" />
        <meta property="diagram:purpose">Illustrates the process of evaporation and precipitation and the natural purification of water.</meta>

        <meta property="diagram:targetAge" content="9-12" />
        <meta property="diagram:targetGrade" content="4-7" />
        <meta property="diagram:descriptionQuality" content="7" />

        <meta property="dc:creator" xml:id="author01">John Doe</meta>
        <meta about="#author01" property="diagram:credentials">Ph.D. in Water Engineering</meta>

        <meta property="dc:rights" content="???" />
        <meta property="dc:accessRights">This resource is for use by academic institutions only.</meta>

        <meta rel="diagram:currentVersion" resource="http://example.com/science/k12/water/cycle/current"/>
        <meta rel="diagram:thisVersion" resource="http://example.com/science/k12/water/cycle/1.2/description.xml"/>
        <meta rel="diagram:previousVersion" resource="http://example.com/science/k12/water/cycle/1.1/description.xml"/>

        <meta rel="diagram:alternateVersion" xml:id="alternateVersion01" resource="http://example.com/physics/k12/water/purification/current">
            <meta property="dc:description">This description provides the science behind the desalination and purification of water using the same cycle sequence.</meta>
        </meta>

        <meta rel="diagram:repository" resource="http://example.com/diagram/repository/">
            <meta property="diagram:queryConcept" content="evaporation"/>
            <meta property="diagram:queryConcept" content="precipitation"/>
            <meta property="diagram:queryConcept" content="water purification"/>
        </meta>

    </d:head>
    <d:body>
        <d:summary xml:id="summary">
            <p>The image depicts the cycle of water evaporating, turning into clouds, falling back to earth in the form of precipitation and being filtered through sediment.</p>
        </d:summary>
        <d:longdesc xml:id="longdesc01">
            <p>The image depicts the natural process of evaporation and precipitation and how rain water gets filtered and cleansed through the earths sediment.</p>
            <p>On the left-hand side of the image is a lake...</p>
            <p>A weather event such as a rainstorm eventually returns the precipitation to the ground...</p>
            <p>The natural filtering agents in the soil...</p>
        </d:longdesc>
        <annotation ref="longdesc01" role="diagram:comment" by="teacher">
            <p>In the winter we get snow instead of rain.</p>
        </annotation>
        <d:simplifiedLanguageDescription xml:id="simpledesc01">
            <p>The image show how water becomes clouds, then rain, and then gets cleaned by the soil.</p>
        </d:simplifiedLanguageDescription>
        <d:tactile xml:id="tactile01">
            <object src="http://example.com/tactiles/repository/water-cycle.svg" srctype="image/svg+xml"/>
            <d:tour>
                <p>In the upper left corner of the tactile…</p>
            </d:tour>
        </d:tactile>
        <d:simplifiedImage xml:id="alt-image">
            <object src="http://example.com/…/evaporation-lv.svg" srctype="image/svg+xml"/>
            <d:tour>
                <p>Moving front the top left corner of the image…</p>
            </d:tour>
        </d:simplifiedImage>
    </d:body>
</d:description>

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