|B.||Description||A compound fact information model is characterized by the fact that for some set of concepts expressed within some information model; that information model can be expressed over some characteristic expressed as an [Axis]. Basically, it is the [Axis] which provides additional information which makes each information model unique. For example, the salary information for the directors of an entity is a compound fact. The salary information is made up of salary, bonuses, director fees and such information must be associated with a specific director to be meaningful and to distinguish, say, one salary from another salary.|
|D.||Visual example file|
|E.||Report elements infoset||HTML | XML|
|E.||XBRL Taxonomy||XSD | Relations (HTML) | Relations Infoset (XML)|
|F.||XBRL Instance||XBRL | Fact Tables (HTML)| Fact Table Infoset (XML)| Rendering (HTML)|
|H.||ZIP Archieve with All Files||ZIP|
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