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Robert Foley-2
Hello,
What should I use to indicate spouse for a personography in TEI.

Thank you.

Robert Foley
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Syd Bauman-10
> What should I use to indicate spouse for a personography in TEI.

The <relation> element. E.g., something like:
  <relation mutual="#person17 #person18" name="spouse"/>

See
http://www.wwp-test.neu.edu/outreach/seminars/_current/presentations/contextual_encoding/advanced_context_04.xhtml
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Martin de la Iglesia-2
Or, alternatively, something like

<link corresp="http://schema.org/spouse" target="#person17 #person18"/>

While the <link> element is semantically weaker, it has the advantages
of better machine-readability and that it can be contained directly in
<person>.

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Martin de la Iglesia
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Am 03.07.2017 um 13:31 schrieb Syd Bauman:
>> What should I use to indicate spouse for a personography in TEI.
> The <relation> element. E.g., something like:
>    <relation mutual="#person17 #person18" name="spouse"/>
>
> See
> http://www.wwp-test.neu.edu/outreach/seminars/_current/presentations/contextual_encoding/advanced_context_04.xhtml
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Re: Personography - spouse

Magdalena Turska
Dear Robert,

I am using a variant of Syd's approach, for the sake of easier processing not using the 'mutual' variant of relationship, but recording it from the perspective of a given person, thus:

```xml
                <listRelation>
                    <relation name="child" passive="Pfa4e9628" subtype="natural" type="family"/>
                    <relation name="spouse" passive="P8b22e628" type="family"/>
                </listRelation>
```

Best,

Magdalena

On 3 July 2017 at 12:35, Martin de la Iglesia <[hidden email]> wrote:
Or, alternatively, something like

<link corresp="http://schema.org/spouse" target="#person17 #person18"/>

While the <link> element is semantically weaker, it has the advantages of better machine-readability and that it can be contained directly in <person>.

--
Martin de la Iglesia
Metadata and Data Conversion

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Göttingen State and University Library
D-37073 Göttingen

Papendiek 14 (Historical Building, Room 1.206)
<a href="tel:%2B49%20551%2039-14070" value="+495513914070" target="_blank">+49 551 39-14070 (Tel.)
<a href="tel:%2B49%20551%2039-3468" value="+49551393468" target="_blank">+49 551 39-3468 (Fax)

[hidden email]
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Am 03.07.2017 um 13:31 schrieb Syd Bauman:
What should I use to indicate spouse for a personography in TEI.
The <relation> element. E.g., something like:
   <relation mutual="#person17 #person18" name="spouse"/>

See
http://www.wwp-test.neu.edu/outreach/seminars/_current/presentations/contextual_encoding/advanced_context_04.xhtml

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