Attributes value list mharrisonelifesciencesorg NLM defined article types contrib types fn attribute types Comments jeffbeck 8 months ago This lists “NLM-defined article-types” If these are the article types defined in the PMC Tagging Guidelines, could we change it to “PubMed Central-defined article types”? If it is the set of article-types defined in the JATS Tag Libraries, could we change this to “NISO JATS-defined article types”? coryschires 2 months ago Hi Jeff, I would love if there were a definitive list of allowed article types. As you mentioned, I know PMC maintains a list which is enforced by their validator. But I was not aware of “article-types defined in the JATS Tag Libraries”. Would you mind elaborating or simply posting a link? For us, the lack of a definitive list make it difficult / awkward for us when journals ask us to add an esoteric (or worse, redundant) article type. Having a definitive list would allow us to accept / reject these requests with greater confidence / authority. Jeffrey Beck 2 months ago Hi Cory The JATS tag libraries include a list of suggested @article-type values on that attribute page. https://jats.nlm.nih.gov/publishing/tag-library/1.2/attribute/article-type.html A definitive set of article types would be a wonderful thing – and something that takes effort to maintain. From my experience with PMC, you will always need to understand which values are similar and when a new value is really new and should be added to the list. Whether this is an appropriate issue for J4R to tackle or not, I am not sure. Jeff Provide feedback on this recommendation CancelPlease note you are commenting on this specific recommendation. To suggest a new recommendation, please follow the link on the homepage. By proceeding with your comment here, you understand that your comment will be publicly visible and you may be contacted by JATS4R in case of further clarification. You may use markdown to format your comment. For example, to allow <> tags to display, please start and end that portion of your comment with three backtick characters, ```.Comment Name Email Notify me of new posts by email.