Attend this webinar to learn about the Proposed XBRL API Standard to extract and analyze machine-readable content from any XBRL implementation around the world.
The XBRL API is a standard that acts as a software intermediary, allowing applications to communicate. Software developers can incorporate the XBRL API into their applications to request XBRL content from a database or taxonomy. For example, the XBRL API can be incorporated into software applications by developers to extract financial statement data from an XBRL database, or perform analytical functions on XBRL data.
Investors and analysts can use the XBRL API to gain access to historical and continuously updated financial statement data.
During this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn:
- About tools to simplify and streamline access to machine-readable data from US GAAP and IFRS SEC filers
- How to access data through free, customizable spreadsheets and queries
- Where you can join the conversation in an online community of XBRL data users
- What data will be available through XBRL US going forward, for example, financials from Japan, Mexico, Taiwan
- About tools for commercial providers to load, store. and manage XBRL databases
While XBRL APIs are openly available to the public, members of XBRL US have greater access to data from the XBRL US database, and to XBRL data processing tools.