This diagram shows the relationship between the elements of the schema. The boxes represent entities. The lines between the boxes represent relationships. The numbers at each end of the connecting lines show the minimum and maximum number of entities at each end of the relationship.
For example, each document has a root element
note-set. It contains zero or more
day-notes elements, each of which represents a
set of notes in one day (and in only one state). Each
day-notes element pertains to one and
day-summary, see Section 5.4, “The
information about the field day”. For the elements related
day-summary, see Section 5.7, “The
day-annotation elements”. For the
para element, see Section 5.15, “The narrative elements”.
Section 5.8, “
form element: records for one
kind of bird
” describes the
form element and its related elements.