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Element s3m:XdOrdinalType / ordinal
Namespace No namespace
Annotations
Value in ordered enumeration of values. The base integer is zero with any number of integer values used to order the symbols. Example 1: 0 = Trace, 1 = +, 2 = ++, 3 = +++, etc. Example 2: 0 = Mild, 1 = Moderate, 2 = Severe
Diagram
Diagram
Type xs:decimal
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xs:element maxOccurs="1" minOccurs="1" name="ordinal" type="xs:decimal">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en-us">Value in ordered enumeration of values. The base integer is zero with any number of integer values used to order the symbols. Example 1: 0 = Trace, 1 = +, 2 = ++, 3 = +++, etc. Example 2: 0 = Mild, 1 = Moderate, 2 = Severe</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <rdf:Description rdf:about="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType/ordinal">
        <rdfs:domain rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType"/>
        <rdfs:range rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#decimal"/>
        <rdfs:label xml:lang="en-us">ordinal</rdfs:label>
        <rdf:type rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#decimal"/>
        <rdfs:comment xml:lang="en-us">Value in ordered enumeration of values. The base integer is zero with any number of integer values used to order the symbols. Example 1: 0 = Trace, 1 = +, 2 = ++, 3 = +++, etc. Example 2: 0 = Mild, 1 = Moderate, 2 = Severe</rdfs:comment>
      </rdf:Description>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>
Element s3m:XdOrdinalType / symbol
Namespace No namespace
Annotations
Coded textual representation of this value in the enumeration, which may be strings made from “+” symbols, or other enumerations of terms such as “mild”, “moderate”, “severe”, or even the same number series as the values, e.g. “1”, “2”, “3”.
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Diagram
Type xs:string
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
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<xs:element maxOccurs="1" minOccurs="1" name="symbol" type="xs:string">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en-us">Coded textual representation of this value in the enumeration, which may be strings made from “+” symbols, or other enumerations of terms such as “mild”, “moderate”, “severe”, or even the same number series as the values, e.g. “1”, “2”, “3”.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <rdf:Description rdf:about="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType/symbol">
        <rdfs:domain rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType"/>
        <rdfs:range rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#string"/>
        <rdfs:label xml:lang="en-us">symbol</rdfs:label>
        <rdf:type rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#string"/>
        <rdfs:comment xml:lang="en-us">Coded textual representation of this value in the enumeration, which may be strings made from “+” symbols, or other enumerations of terms such as “mild”, “moderate”, “severe”, or even the same number series as the values, e.g. “1”, “2”, “3”.</rdfs:comment>
      </rdf:Description>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>
Complex Type s3m:XdOrdinalType
Namespace https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/
Annotations
Models rankings and scores, e.g., pain, Apgar values, educational level, and the Likert Scale where there is;
        
* implied ordering,
* no implication that the distance between each value is constant, and
* the total number of values is finite.
        
Note that the term ‘ordinal’ in mathematics means natural numbers only. In this case, any decimal is allowed since negative, and zero values are used by medical and other professionals for centering values around a neutral point. Also, decimal values are sometimes used such as 0.5 or .25
        
Examples of sets of ordinal values are;
        
* -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 -- reflex response values
* 0, 1, 2 -- Apgar values
        
Also used for recording any clinical or other data which is customarily recorded using symbolic values. Examples;
        
* the results on a urinalysis strip, e.g. {neg, trace, +, ++, +++} are used for leukocytes, protein, nitrites etc;
* for non-haemolysed blood {neg, trace, moderate};
* for haemolysed blood {neg, trace, small, moderate, large}.
        
Elements *ordinal* and *symbol* MUST have the same number of enumerations in the RMC.
Diagram
Diagram s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_label s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_act s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Element_s3m_ExceptionalValue.tmp#ExceptionalValue s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_vtb s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_vte s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_tr s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_modified s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_latitude s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType_longitude s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdAnyType.tmp#XdAnyType s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Element_s3m_ReferenceRange.tmp#ReferenceRange s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdOrderedType.tmp#XdOrderedType_normal-status s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdOrderedType.tmp#XdOrderedType s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdOrdinalType.tmp#XdOrdinalType_ordinal s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdOrdinalType.tmp#XdOrdinalType_symbol
Type extension of s3m:XdOrderedType
Type hierarchy
Used by
Element s3m:XdOrdinal
Model
Children act, label, latitude, longitude, modified, normal-status, ordinal, s3m:ExceptionalValue, s3m:ReferenceRange, symbol, tr, vtb, vte
Source
<xs:complexType name="XdOrdinalType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation xml:lang="en-us">Models rankings and scores, e.g., pain, Apgar values, educational level, and the Likert Scale where there is; * implied ordering, * no implication that the distance between each value is constant, and * the total number of values is finite. Note that the term ‘ordinal’ in mathematics means natural numbers only. In this case, any decimal is allowed since negative, and zero values are used by medical and other professionals for centering values around a neutral point. Also, decimal values are sometimes used such as 0.5 or .25 Examples of sets of ordinal values are; * -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 -- reflex response values * 0, 1, 2 -- Apgar values Also used for recording any clinical or other data which is customarily recorded using symbolic values. Examples; * the results on a urinalysis strip, e.g. {neg, trace, +, ++, +++} are used for leukocytes, protein, nitrites etc; * for non-haemolysed blood {neg, trace, moderate}; * for haemolysed blood {neg, trace, small, moderate, large}. Elements *ordinal* and *symbol* MUST have the same number of enumerations in the RMC.</xs:documentation>
    <xs:appinfo>
      <rdf:Description rdf:about="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType">
        <rdfs:isDefinedBy rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/docs/3_1_0/s3model_3_1_0_xsd_Complex_Type_s3m_XdOrdinalType.html#XdOrdinalType"/>
        <rdfs:subClassOf rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrderedType"/>
        <rdfs:label xml:lang="en-us">XdOrdinalType</rdfs:label>
        <rdf:type rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model/CMC"/>
        <rdfs:comment xml:lang="en-us">Models rankings and scores, e.g., pain, Apgar values, educational level, and the Likert Scale where there is; * implied ordering, * no implication that the distance between each value is constant, and * the total number of values is finite. Note that the term ‘ordinal’ in mathematics means natural numbers only. In this case, any decimal is allowed since negative, and zero values are used by medical and other professionals for centering values around a neutral point. Also, decimal values are sometimes used such as 0.5 or .25 Examples of sets of ordinal values are; * -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 -- reflex response values * 0, 1, 2 -- Apgar values Also used for recording any clinical or other data which is customarily recorded using symbolic values. Examples; * the results on a urinalysis strip, e.g. {neg, trace, +, ++, +++} are used for leukocytes, protein, nitrites etc; * for non-haemolysed blood {neg, trace, moderate}; * for haemolysed blood {neg, trace, small, moderate, large}. Elements *ordinal* and *symbol* MUST have the same number of enumerations in the RMC.</rdfs:comment>
      </rdf:Description>
    </xs:appinfo>
  </xs:annotation>
  <xs:complexContent>
    <xs:extension base="s3m:XdOrderedType">
      <xs:sequence>
        <xs:element maxOccurs="1" minOccurs="1" name="ordinal" type="xs:decimal">
          <xs:annotation>
            <xs:documentation xml:lang="en-us">Value in ordered enumeration of values. The base integer is zero with any number of integer values used to order the symbols. Example 1: 0 = Trace, 1 = +, 2 = ++, 3 = +++, etc. Example 2: 0 = Mild, 1 = Moderate, 2 = Severe</xs:documentation>
            <xs:appinfo>
              <rdf:Description rdf:about="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType/ordinal">
                <rdfs:domain rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType"/>
                <rdfs:range rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#decimal"/>
                <rdfs:label xml:lang="en-us">ordinal</rdfs:label>
                <rdf:type rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#decimal"/>
                <rdfs:comment xml:lang="en-us">Value in ordered enumeration of values. The base integer is zero with any number of integer values used to order the symbols. Example 1: 0 = Trace, 1 = +, 2 = ++, 3 = +++, etc. Example 2: 0 = Mild, 1 = Moderate, 2 = Severe</rdfs:comment>
              </rdf:Description>
            </xs:appinfo>
          </xs:annotation>
        </xs:element>
        <xs:element maxOccurs="1" minOccurs="1" name="symbol" type="xs:string">
          <xs:annotation>
            <xs:documentation xml:lang="en-us">Coded textual representation of this value in the enumeration, which may be strings made from “+” symbols, or other enumerations of terms such as “mild”, “moderate”, “severe”, or even the same number series as the values, e.g. “1”, “2”, “3”.</xs:documentation>
            <xs:appinfo>
              <rdf:Description rdf:about="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType/symbol">
                <rdfs:domain rdf:resource="https://www.s3model.com/ns/s3m/s3model_3_1_0.xsd#XdOrdinalType"/>
                <rdfs:range rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#string"/>
                <rdfs:label xml:lang="en-us">symbol</rdfs:label>
                <rdf:type rdf:resource="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#string"/>
                <rdfs:comment xml:lang="en-us">Coded textual representation of this value in the enumeration, which may be strings made from “+” symbols, or other enumerations of terms such as “mild”, “moderate”, “severe”, or even the same number series as the values, e.g. “1”, “2”, “3”.</rdfs:comment>
              </rdf:Description>
            </xs:appinfo>
          </xs:annotation>
        </xs:element>
      </xs:sequence>
    </xs:extension>
  </xs:complexContent>
</xs:complexType>