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== [http://www.royalpalmshotel.com/ Royal Palms Hotel] ==
 
== [http://www.royalpalmshotel.com/ Royal Palms Hotel] ==
  
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On the [http://www.royalpalmshotel.com/weather.php web page] with detailed weather.
 
On the [http://www.royalpalmshotel.com/weather.php web page] with detailed weather.
  
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* Use of "high" for high temperature (this would be more relevant for a weather forecast microformat)
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== [http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/index.html National Institute of Standards and Technology] ==
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un-POSH Table-based template, the measurement and its uncertainity are on separate table rows:
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<pre>
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<tr valign="bottom">
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<td bgcolor="#cce2f3" align="right">
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Value</td>
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<td nowrap="" bgcolor="#cce2f3">
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<font size="4" color="red">
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<tt><b>
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9.109 382 15 x 10 <sup>-31</sup>kg</b>
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</tt>
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</font>
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</td>
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</tr>
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<tr valign="bottom">
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<td bgcolor="#cce2f3" align="right">
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Standard uncertainty</td>
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<td bgcolor="#cce2f3">
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<font size="4" color="black">
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<tt><b>0.000 000 45 x 10 <sup>-31</sup>kg</b>
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</tt>
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</font>
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</td>
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</tr>
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</pre>
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==[http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/5day.shtml bbc.co.uk 5-days weather forecast] ==
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<nowiki><abbr></nowiki> title attribute to describe the unit-measure.
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<pre>
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<td class="weathertext" bgcolor="#ffffcc" align="center" headers="w2">
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<div class="tempsym">
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<span class="temptxt">
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15
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<abbr title="Day Temperature in degrees Celsius">
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°C
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</abbr>
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</span>
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</div>
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</td>
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</pre>
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==[http://www.bendicks.co.uk/index.php?modul=b152a Bendicks nutritional info] ==
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<pre>
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<table width="100%">
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<tr>
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<td class="borderbottom"><b>TYPICAL VALUES</b></td>
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<td align='right' class="borderbottom"><b>Per 100g</b></td>
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<td align='right' class="borderbottom"><b>Per bar(25g)</b></td>
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</tr>
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<tr><td>ENERGY</td> <td align='right'>2410kJ</td> <td align='right'>600kJ</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td></td> <td align='right'>580kcal</td> <td align='right'>145kcal</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>PROTEIN</td> <td align='right'>6.2g</td> <td align='right'>1.5g</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>CARBOHYDRATE</td> <td align='right'>49.0g</td> <td align='right'>12.2g</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>(of which sugars)</td> <td align='right'>47.3g</td> <td align='right'>11.8g</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>FAT</td> <td align='right'>39.8g</td> <td align='right'>10.0g</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>(of which saturates)</td> <td align='right'>23.8g</td> <td align='right'>5.9g</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>FIBRE</td> <td align='right'>0.3g</td> <td align='right'>0.1g</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td>SODIUM</td> <td align='right'>0.05g</td> <td align='right'>0.01</td> </tr>
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<tr> <td></td> <td align='right'></td> <td align='right'></td> </tr>
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</table>
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</pre>
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more examples for nutritional infos:
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* [http://www.clever-naschen.de/index.php?id=143&product_id=19&product_group_id=4&no_cache=true clever-naschen.de]
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* [http://www.oetker.de/oetker/html/default/kvet-5lujxr.de.html  Dr. Oetker / Pizza]
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== a Scientific Journal, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science ==
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HTML articles only available to subscribers, Unit-measures are present only in the table headers, which are not connected with the data-values with the correct semantic headers/scope HTML arguments.
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Many similar HTML-Tables found in other scientific journals.
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In order to skip HTML parsing, data is often shared by means of extra txt/csv files, a measure microformat would be most useful in such cases.
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<pre>
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<tr valign="top">
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<td>
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</td>
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<td>
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0.030 (m)
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</td>
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<td>
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0.0002
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</td>
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<td align="char" char=".">
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0.7
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</td>
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<td align="char" char=".">
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0.7
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</td>
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</tr>
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</pre>
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== XML solutions/proposals for measures ==
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*[http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/SDA/xsil/index.html XSIL: Extensible Scientific Interchange Language]
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*[http://www.arl.hpc.mil/ice/ XDMF: eXtensible Data Model and Format]
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*[http://forge.gridforum.org/projects/dfdl-wg/ DFDL: Data Format Description Language]
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*[http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/doc/astrores.htx#ToC2 Describing Astronomical Catalogues and Query Results with XML]
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*[http://cml.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Chemistry Markup Language]
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==And finally...==
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_humorous_units_of_measurement Other units of measurement]
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*[http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/08/24/vulture_central_standards/ Vulture Central Standards]
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==See also==
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{{measure-related-pages}}

Latest revision as of 10:20, 23 July 2009

Measure Examples

This page collects examples of measures on the Web.

eBay

Search for "feet", "mpg", "mph", "sec" on eBay, you will find examples similar to the following ones:

<h1 class="itemTitle">S-Video TV Out 1.5m 5 Feet Extension S Video DVD Cable</h1>
<li>Measures 60" (1.5m) long</li>
<li>Extend your S-video cable by 1.5m long</li>
<DIV><BR><STRONG>Power:<BR></STRONG>
<LI>620 hp @ 5,200 rpm 
<LI>650 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm <BR><BR><B>Performance:</B> 
<LI>0 - 60 mph: 3.7 sec. * </LI></DIV>
<DIV>
<LI>1/4 mile: 12.1 sec. @ 114 mph</LI></DIV>
<DIV>

Royal Palms Hotel

  • Use of "hightemp" as class name
  • Link to a page with detailed weather
<div id="nav-weather-footer">
   Local Time: <span id="localtime">11:52 am</span><br />Local Temp: <a href="weather.php"><span class="hightemp">88F/31</span>C</a>	</div>

On the web page with detailed weather.

  • Use of "temp" as class name
  • Use of "high" for high temperature (this would be more relevant for a weather forecast microformat)
  • Use of "low" for low temperature (this would be more relevant for a weather forecast microformat)
<td class="temp">
   <br/>
   Rain Showers Likely
   <div class="high">Hi: 88°F</div>
   <div class="low">Lo: 67°F</div>
</td>

National Institute of Standards and Technology

un-POSH Table-based template, the measurement and its uncertainity are on separate table rows:

<tr valign="bottom">
	<td bgcolor="#cce2f3" align="right">
		Value</td>
	<td nowrap="" bgcolor="#cce2f3">
		<font size="4" color="red">
			<tt><b>
			9.109 382 15 x 10 <sup>-31</sup>kg</b>
			</tt>
		</font>
	</td>
</tr>
<tr valign="bottom">
	<td bgcolor="#cce2f3" align="right">
		Standard uncertainty</td>
	<td bgcolor="#cce2f3">
		<font size="4" color="black">
			<tt><b>0.000 000 45 x 10 <sup>-31</sup>kg</b>
			</tt>
		</font>
	</td>
</tr>

bbc.co.uk 5-days weather forecast

<abbr> title attribute to describe the unit-measure.

<td class="weathertext" bgcolor="#ffffcc" align="center" headers="w2">
	<div class="tempsym">
		<span class="temptxt">
			15 
				<abbr title="Day Temperature in degrees Celsius">
					°C
				</abbr>
		</span>
	</div>
</td>

Bendicks nutritional info

<table width="100%">
	<tr>
		<td class="borderbottom"><b>TYPICAL VALUES</b></td>			
		<td align='right' class="borderbottom"><b>Per 100g</b></td>			
		<td align='right' class="borderbottom"><b>Per bar(25g)</b></td>					
	</tr>
	<tr><td>ENERGY</td>	<td align='right'>2410kJ</td> <td align='right'>600kJ</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td></td> <td align='right'>580kcal</td> <td align='right'>145kcal</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td>PROTEIN</td> <td align='right'>6.2g</td> <td align='right'>1.5g</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td>CARBOHYDRATE</td> <td align='right'>49.0g</td>	<td align='right'>12.2g</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td>(of which sugars)</td> <td align='right'>47.3g</td>	<td align='right'>11.8g</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td>FAT</td> <td align='right'>39.8g</td> <td align='right'>10.0g</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td>(of which saturates)</td> <td align='right'>23.8g</td> <td align='right'>5.9g</td>	</tr>
	<tr> <td>FIBRE</td> <td align='right'>0.3g</td> <td align='right'>0.1g</td> </tr>
	<tr> <td>SODIUM</td> <td align='right'>0.05g</td>	<td align='right'>0.01</td>	</tr>
	<tr> <td></td> <td align='right'></td>	<td align='right'></td>	</tr>
</table>

more examples for nutritional infos:


a Scientific Journal, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science

HTML articles only available to subscribers, Unit-measures are present only in the table headers, which are not connected with the data-values with the correct semantic headers/scope HTML arguments. Many similar HTML-Tables found in other scientific journals.

In order to skip HTML parsing, data is often shared by means of extra txt/csv files, a measure microformat would be most useful in such cases.

<tr valign="top">
	<td>
	</td>
	<td>
		0.030 (m)
	</td>
	<td>
		0.0002
	</td>
	<td align="char" char=".">
		0.7
	</td>
	<td align="char" char=".">
		0.7
	</td>
</tr>

XML solutions/proposals for measures

And finally...

Other units of measurement

See also