# Get an error when creating a table caption, the caption is made but I cannot not refer to the table

When I am creating a table caption in my doc I get the error " Error :ScriptError: LIST_ITEM can’t be cast to PARAGRAPH." However, the table caption is still made.

When I click on the “Refer Table” button the same error notification pops up (" Error :ScriptError: LIST_ITEM can’t be cast to PARAGRAPH."). This time the table reference is not made.

Even with no table captions created in the document the same error message appears if you click the “Refer Table” button. I’ve gotten this issue to reoccur in multiple Google Docs.

I am creating a large Latex file that will combine several docs and the Docx2Latex add-on is very helpful in keeping my references updated, can you help me fix this issue?

This happens when table of caption got nested in LIST environment.
Please make sure that none of the table captions are formatted as list and try again.

It is not in a list environment (at least to my knowledge). The is the code of the table caption with surrounding lines:
"\hhline{~~}

\end{tabular}\caption{Holistic Smart City Maturit Models}

\label{tab:Holistic Smart City Maturit Models}

\end{table}"

I don’t use lists directly before or after the table, but there are lists in the document (all lists before the table are ended before the paragraph in front of the table). Are they the issue still? How can I ensure the table caption is not nested in a list environment?

Even if one table is having the issue, it will cause this error. So you will have to go through each table and make sure that the previous list environment is not being continued to the table.

If the document is not confidential, can you share it with us? We would like to take a look at what’s happening.

Yes, indeed the issue happens later in the document (I have 5 tables in this doc and in the Latex Source Code file I see that Table 3 I see an itemize list is not closed before the table).

The document is not confidential, but is a work in progress (thus I outlined the points I want to make with bullet points and I will include it in my following reply.

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\section{Maturity Models} \label{matMods}

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Maturity Models are useful tools with a wide range of applications. They, “describe the development of an entity over time. This entity can be anything of interest: a human being, an organizational function, etc.” \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Wendler }They determine the “maturity” of that entity’s development in other words. Maturity in this case means that the entity is fully developed or its development is complete. \par

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MMs define discrete levels of maturity, so that when the entity is assessed, the entity’s development can be placed in a particular level. Use of MMs means that an entity’s development is assessed and it is placed in a maturity level. MMs can be used in three ways \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite J. Pöppelbuß and M. Röglinger}:\par

\begin{enumerate}

\item Descriptive\par

\item Prescriptive\par

\item Comparative

\end{enumerate}\par

MMs can be used for at least one of these purposes and in some cases for all three purposes. \par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

The purposes of use are connected by\colorbox{Yellow}{ Poppelbug }to MM design principles which is separated into three categories: (1) Basic design principles (DPs), (2) Descriptive DPs, (3) Prescriptive DPs (displayed in Fig. \ref{fig:Design_Principle_Categories}):\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Basic DPs are the principles that apply to all MMs regardless of their purposes of use\par

\item Descriptive DPs apply to MMs that have a descriptive purpose and the third category applies to MMs with a prescriptive purpose of use\par

\item Comparative DPs are not defined by \colorbox{Yellow}{Poppelbug} who notes, “”\par

\item These DPs serve as a “checklist” to be used when comparing existing MMs or designing new ones \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE Poppelbug}

\end{itemize}\par

\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Other research defines other MM DPs (f.e. \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Becker, De Bruin}), but what is important to note is that MM DPs allow effective MMs to be made

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

According to \colorbox{Yellow}{${$ Daniel Smidt, van Steenbergen$}$ , MMs can be divided into} three types:\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Staged fixed-level models\par

\item Continuous fixed-level models\par

\item Focus area models\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\item General knowledge on MMs\par

\begin{itemize}

\item \colorbox{Yellow}{CIte Wendler} found that predominantly MMs cover entities from the software engineering and $\ldots$ . domains, but also found that existing MMs cover governance. Therefore the applicability of MMs to the SC concept needs investigation.\par

\end{itemize}

\item Give an examples of prominent MMs and describe them briefly\par

\begin{itemize}

\item CMMI

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\section{Smart City Maturity Models} \label{SCMMs}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

A brief second systematic literature review was conducted to identify and compare existing holistic SCMMs. It is brief as not much research has been done on using MMs to assess SCs as is evident from the research found by this review. Relevant research of SCMMs found two reviews ( \text{\cite{Torrinha2017,Firmanyah20182}} ) and four “holistic” SCMMs (or determined to be holistic by the reviews) shown in \colorbox{Yellow}{Table …}. \par

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$\ast$ : indicates that Torrinah review determined the MM was holistic\par

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The identified SCMMs are each described and analyzed in their own subsections. Then they’re are compared against each other and the findings from that comparison are discussed in the final subsection.\par

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\subsection{Br-SCMM} \label{Br-SCMM}

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\colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Afonso} developed the Br-SCMM to $$measure how smart a city can be, and propose mechanisms to assist in improving social and economic policies.$"$ \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Torrinha }This measures ten components of cities regarding its social conditions and infrastructure. The components are each measured using indicators. Table \colorbox{Yellow}{…} shows the city component with its “Basic” indicator. \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Afonso} describes these basic indicators and notes that each basic indicator is associated with two secondary indicators, but does not detail those secondary indicators further.\par

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$\ast$ HDI = Human Development Index

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\begin{itemize}

\item The Br-SCMM is separated in 5 levels, which each address a question \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Afonso}:\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Level S (Simplified) : \par

\item Level M (Managed) : \par

\item Level A (Applied) : \par

\item Level R (Measured) : \par

\item Level T (Turned) : \par

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\item The components are evaluated based on the basic indicators and the “Level$”$ being analyzed. Each component is assigned a maturity level between zero to five. \par

\item An example of this is shown in Figure \colorbox{Yellow}{$\ldots$ } (show figure 5 from Afonso)\par

\item And briefly say how it can be used

\end{itemize}\par

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\begin{itemize}

\item The Br-SCMM is holistic, but was developed and operationalized for Brazil and its cities \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Torrinha}. Its basic indicators denote generic indicators, but they specify indicators that are public available and that are collected by Brazilian cities. For example, for HDI - Health indicators, the SCMM uses $\ldots$ \par

\item Also Cite Afonso notes that certain components are more relevant to Brazilian cities. \par

\item \colorbox{Yellow}{Ref Afonso} quote on stuff that applies to Brazil and not Europe/NA\par

\item as \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Afonso} frequently discusses sources the identify problems facing Brazil when discussing each domain\par

\item This model would not apply to other areas of the world as it was specifically designed to apply to the reality of Brazilian cities\par

\item This model is comparative\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Developed to compare Brazilian cities in terms of how unequal they are

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\subsection{SO-SCMM} \label{SO-SCMM}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\begin{itemize}

\item For India\par

\item Purpose: Gauging preparedness of a city against a set of measures \par

\item Scope: Application of the model to key resource areas proposed by the Indian Government \par

\item Focus: Cities’ basic infrastructure and urban resilience

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\begin{itemize}

\item The SO-SCMM is operationalized for Indian cities by measured through indicators (they list indicators from two sources \colorbox{Yellow}{ISO 137120:2014 }and the Indian Governments Smart City Benchmarking Note

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\begin{itemize}

\item Is Staged fixed-level model as maturity level defined for whole city\par

\item Is holistic, but emphasizes resilience, does not follow the SC concept definition of this research\par

\item SO-SCMM mainly descriptive in use\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Use model to support decision making concerning providing information on the current resilience and US of a city and what SC initiative to implement in a specific city

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\subsection{GSCM} \label{GSCM}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\begin{itemize}

\item mature in terms of its economic growth, social development, environment or use of technology\par

\item The maturity levels relate with the increases in these 4 dimensions\par

\item A city in the lowest level $$Ad Hoc$"$ indicates the city has a $$low economic level, uncomfortable environment, minimum ICT, governance, and human resource support.$"$ \par

\item While being in the “Smart$”$ maturity level means the city has a $$Very comfortable environment’ and ICT-based services are ubiquitous \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Firminyah}.\par

\item GSCM is descriptive\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Provide more information current city development to improve decision-making concerning how to improve cities’ US.

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

Unfortunately, the GSCM itself is not available online at the time of this writing. \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE Firminyah} provides select details of the model and applies the model to a number of Indonesian cities. What is clear is that while the GSCM is holistic and operationalized, it was developed to apply to Indonesian cities. It will probably require intense modifications if is to be applied elsewhere in the world.\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\subsection{IDC-SCMM} \label{IDC-SCMM}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

The IDC-SCMM \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite IDC} is different from the other SCMMs described in this report.\par

\begin{itemize}

\item It is a framework created for a city’s government that is concerned with the city’s governance processes and it improvement. The models provides a planning tool for both assessing the city’s current sittuation and determining how it can and should adopt SC development practices in the future \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Torrinha}. \par

\item It is a staged fixed-level MM which places cities in fives maturity stages (shown in Table \colorbox{Yellow}{$\ldots$ } \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE IDC}) \par

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\begin{itemize}

\item As maturity level show, the IDC-SCMM is principally concerned with development processes and the management of cities (especially in terms of technology). \par

\item It identify five domains of a city namely: Strategy, Culture, Process, Technology and Data, which evaluate the SC development processes of a city and can be used to plan how to improve those processes in the future.\par

\item Thus the IDC-SCMM offers descriptive and some prescriptive use \par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\item \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE IDC} proposes using KPI or performance measures to assess the success of each stage. \par

\begin{itemize}

\item Similar to the other SCMMs, indicators should be used with this model\par

\end{itemize}

\item However important to note that the IDC-SCMM is not operationalized and does not define what areas of the world it applies to. Rather it has been operationalized by other parties, like Urban Tide \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite UrbanTide} , who adapted and operationalized the model for Scottish cities. It was operationalized by combining the IDC-SCMM with the indicators for British Standards Institution PAS181 (2014) \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite UrbanTide}. \par

\item It enables Scottish cities to evaluate their SC development process by using a Self-Assessment Tool to determine their “Smart City Readiness” (the quality of their SC development processes)\par

\item Shows that although more global than other models it must be adapted to a country and operationalized before it can be applied anywhere

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\item The IDC-SCMM is only indirectly hollitistic. It is concerned with governance of the city and its SC development processes (government’s management through the use of ICT in the city) and not the city’s US itself \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE FIRMINYA Torrinha}.\par

\item Represents the another type of holistic SCMM, where model assesses the maturity of the processes that develop SC not the city itself. \par

\item Another example of such SCMMs is given in CITE LEE AMSTERDAM\par

\item This thesis refers to such SCMMs as Development Process type models\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\item Holistic SCMM types:\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Urban Smartness Maturity Model:\par

\item Development Process Maturity Model:\par

\end{itemize}

\item This difference in type of holistic SCMM can be identified in MM research as \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE Wendler} found many MMs focussing on city governance and \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Popellbug} found that MMs in the domain of business process management can be divided similarly.\par

\item There are other SCMMs that focus on a single or a few aspects of the SC concept, but not the overall city or its development. For example \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE Frost} details a maturity model to assess intelligent transportation in SCs.

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\section{Comparison of Smart City Maturity Models} \label{CompSCMMs}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\subsection{Design Principles of Smart City Maturity Models} \label{DPsofSCMM}

\subsection{The Comparison Results} \label{compRes}

\begin{itemize}

\item The symbol X is used in the tables below to display when a SCMM abides by the DP of the column

\end{itemize}\par

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$\ast$ {\fontsize{10pt}{12.0pt}\selectfont \textcolor[HTML]{3C4043}{Torrinha concludes that this SCMM has defined maturity levels, but this is not true (just have 0-5 generic levels)}\par}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

Descriptive and Prescriptive MM DPs (modified from \colorbox{Yellow}{Torrinha})\par

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\begin{itemize}

\item $\ast$ In\colorbox{Yellow}{ CITE Afonso} how the maturity of the 10 domains are assessed is only vaguely described. How the cities’ maturity are rated is only explained by the measuring of basic and secondary indicators\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Thus this report disagrees with \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Torrinha} on this point.\par

\end{itemize}

\item Since this research only has access to the brief description of the GSCM \colorbox{Yellow}{CITE Firminyah GSCM}, the MM DPs it contains cannot be accessed completely.

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\subsection{The Comparison Findings} \label{compFind}

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\begin{itemize}

\item The analysis of the comparison of the identified holistic SCMMs is discussed here.\par

\item In general comparison highlighted use of SCMM’s indicates and details the aspects that can be improved to increase the city’s US\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Only SCMM whose purpose of use was comparative, Br-SCMM, highlighted the weakest aspects of the US of Brazilian cities in general, Technology (with basic indicator of computers in homes) and Safety (with basic indicator homicides per thousand).\par

\item The Br-SCMM can be used by cities when determining SC initiatives to implement as the smart projects that best impact those two aspects and indicators. Cite Afonso\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\begin{itemize}

\item All the SCMMs in the comparison were either staged or continuous fixed-level models. Implying that focus area model may not be appropriate for SCMMs.

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\item Two main similarities can be seen:\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Lack of transparency\par

\begin{itemize}

\item \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Hamman}\par

\end{itemize}

\item None fulfill the the basic DP 1.2.3 and descriptive DP 2.2.3\par

\item Implies the overall development of SCMMs is lacking\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Both concerned with the lack of details in SCMMs that well crafted MMs provide\par

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}

\item Three main differences:\par

\begin{itemize}

\item All SCMMs use different SC constructs\par

\begin{itemize}

\item No holistic standardized set of constructs for the SC constructs\par

\item Confirms background knowledge from this report\par

\end{itemize}

\item As can be seen in Table \colorbox{Yellow}{$\ldots$ }, only one SCMM follows DPs for prescriptive purpose of use, the IDC-SCMM.\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Is additionally only SCMM not operationalized which means it cannot be used for its stated descriptive purpose of use \par

\item Other SCMMs focus on following descriptive DPs and thus can \colorbox{Yellow}{Cite Torrinha}\par

\item Also other type of holistic SCMM, it is a Development Processes MM. Other SCMMs like it

\end{itemize}

\item Different application areas\par

\begin{itemize}

\item Only assess US on a national basis\par

\item IDC may be international and prominent\par

\begin{itemize}

\item But is not operationalized\par

\item And biased towards digital technology management

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}

\end{itemize}\par

\vspace{\baselineskip}

\printbibliography

\end{document}

Yes, as you said, table number 3 is inside list environment. You will have to change Google Docs document accordingly to fix this.

Beside rewriting my text in a new Google Docs document, I wouldn’t know how to fix this outside of manually editing the Latex source code whenever this doc is updated. Is there a way to close the list environment in Google Docs?

Look for open list environment after the table.
If that doesn’t fix it, can you share the document with us and we will fix it.

I tried to fix myself but could not. How should I share the document with you? Should I send it to an email?

Issue should be fixed, can you try captioing and refering few tables?

The issue is fixed in the doc. I created captions for several tables and referred to them. However I get the same error in other Google docs (I assume for similar reasons), so I want to understand:

How did you fix the issue?

So the problem was with table number 4.

If you want to start list environment after table, there is 1 blank line between the bottom of table and start of list environment after table.

If the issue is fixed, you can revoke access provided to us on the above document.

Oh thank you, that certainly clears up the issue. Thank you for your help!

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