Category Number Found Element 103 Attributes 325 Total Metrics Value 428
Category Number Found Number of Elements with Data Content (excluding Whitespace) 44213 Number of Attributes (excluding First Attribute and Namespace Declarations) 13033 Total Metrics Value 57246
Category Number Found Element 103 Required Attributes 157 Optional Attributes 168 Required Children 16 Optional Children 112 Required as First Child 26 Total Metrics Value 582
Category Weight Number Found Element 2 103 Required Attributes 2 157 Optional Attributes 1 168 Required Children 1 16 Optional Children 1 112 Required as First Child 1 26 Total Metrics Value - 842
This is the simplest metric. It just sums the counts of unique elements and unique attribute names in the document.
The field count metric provides an approximate count of the total number of fields in a document. It sums all the elements and attributes in a document, excluding elements that are empty or which are containers. The first attribute of each element is also excluded, as this may contain linking or metadata (i.e. extending the element name) or an ID, rather than field information.
A Field Count metric is determined purely by sampling the documents or DTDs.
The Document Complexity Metric is an estimate of the complexity of a document, document set or DTD. It can be used for comparisons and project estimation. The higher the number, the greater the complexity.
A structure metric is determined purely by sampling the unvalidated documents or DTDs. The following information is used:
The Weighted Document Complexity Metric allows user-defined weighting of each parameter. The Work Impact components is constructed by additionally weighting each element according to various kinds of impacts it will have on formatting. This can get provide a more accurate estimate of the work involved in creating a stylesheet, for example. The following information is used: