I am working on some research that requires parsing of SEC 10 K/Q filings. We have built a parser that will parse the raw txt SEC filing that usually contains many blocks of unencoded files (html, xml, pdfs, images, spreadsheets, etc). A typical decoded 10 K/Q (as of CY 2014) has a set of files that looks like the following:
Does anyone have any documentation or guidance that explains what the R1.htm - RX.htm files are supposed to contain and more broadly any documentation that describes what is typically found in a decoded 10 K/Q? The SEC doesn't have any documentation at this level of granularity. (Reasons being this that this submission exemplified above maybe from that of a particular filing prep vendor / software, however, this format seems to be the most pervasive as of CY2014).
Thank you in advance for any guidance.