enlightening: tending to increase knowledge or dissipate ignorance; "an enlightening glimpse of government in action"; "an illuminating lecture"
instructive: serving to instruct or enlighten or inform
providing or conveying information
(informatively) in an informative manner
Information, in its most restricted technical sense, is an ordered sequence of symbols. As a concept, however, information has many meanings. ...
(Informativity) (French : informativité) Possibility to identify two chromosomes of the same pair in particular in the region that carries the mutant gene.
Information in this standard that is not normative but that contributes to the correct use and implementation of the standard.
Applies to that part of a standard (such as an introduction or list of references) which is not proscriptive; as opposed to normative (see below)
it delivers new information, or a new perspective on old information, and/or entertainment value equal to the time it takes to read it. It goes beyond the predictable. When a reader finishes reading something that is truly informative, she often feels refreshed or enlightened.
provides information, guidance, instruction. Informative documentation describes, instructs, and provides guidance on the use of required interfaces, but does not define those requirements; normative documentation defines the requirements. See also normative.
Elements of IEC61508 and IEC61511 which provide additional information intended to assist in the understanding or use of these standards. It is not necessary to conform to these parts to claim compliance. These elements do not contain the word shall.