<word-count> Word Count
Approximate number of words that appear in the textual portion of a standards document
(not including the words in the metadata or header information).
Inside the <counts>
container element are the counts of various components of the document: the generic
count element <count>
(for which the @count-type
names what is being counted) and the specifically-named counting elements:
<fig-count> is the number of labeled figures (see definition of <fig>). Do not include unlabeled graphics such as images embedded in table cells in the
count of figures. Also do not make this the count of images referenced inside a figure,
e.g., if a <fig> has four panels (a-d) and each is a separate image file, the <fig-count> is “1”, not “4”.
<table-count> is the number of tables. Do not include arrays or uncaptioned/untitled tables in
<equation-count> is the number of display equations (<disp-formula>). Do not include inline equations in the count (<inline-formula>). If you have a display equation that consists of multiple MathML objects, this counts
as one equation; the <equation-count> is “1”.
<ref-count> is either the number of references or (more properly) the number of citation elements
within the bibliographic reference list. Do not include cases of <std>, <mixed-citation>, or <element-citation> elements that appear outside of <ref-list>.
<page-count> is the page count of the print or PDF item, including all Roman and Arabic number
<word-count> is the number of words in the document.
When a count needs to be divided into sub-counts, e.g., color vs. black-and-white
figures, use the specific count element <fig-count>
for the total number of figures and then use separate <count>
elements for the subsets, e.g.:
<count count-type="fig-color" count="3"/>
<count count-type="fig-bw" count="7"/>
May be contained in
This is an EMPTY element
<!ELEMENT word-count EMPTY >