Commit 9102c0ff authored by Elisa Nury's avatar Elisa Nury
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Update documentation/documentation-grammateus-data.md

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The section names are listed in the [authority lists file](/data/authority-lists.xml). ID numbers are separated by whitespace, and line numbers/hand IDs/section name are separated by a slash, such as:
`1-9/#m1/main-text`
`1-9/#m1 #m2/main-text`
We try to follow the papyri.info numbering, but it is not always possible due to inconsistencies in the encoding. For instance, lines with only "vac.?" are sometimes counted as a line, and sometimes not. For this we decided to count them regardless of whether they are counted or not on papyri.info. Other lines that should be ignored are lines with:
* only one or more seal
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* lines which are in the margins
* lines hich are encoded twice (because within a choice/rdg/del element)
Inconsistencies on papyri.info may be due to the fact that it is a collaborative project many scholars are contributing to, which makes it difficult to avoid small inconsistencies. It can also be caused by the editions, which papyri.info is always using as the reference, and which may have differences in the way they count lines depending on the editor.
Inconsistencies on papyri.info may be due to the fact that it is a collaborative project many scholars are contributing to, which makes it difficult to avoid small inconsistencies. It can also be caused by the editions, which papyri.info is always using as the reference, and which may have differences in the way they count lines depending on the editor.
Papyri.info does not count lines with a single X glyph. However we sometimes need to include this kind of lines as we are marking them as a separate text section (official mark).
We always count lines from start to end, even if on papyri.info the numbering may start from one again in different columns or fragments. It is again an inconsistent behaviour. Some papyri that had all columns in one transcription were separated into several XML files (e.g. TM 11973), making it even more difficult.
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