Attend this 30 minute webinar to learn about how to return data from the XBRL US Database of Public Filings via the XBRL API.
The XBRL API (application programming interface) is a proposed standard that can feed data from any database storing XBRL data that conforms with the 2.1 specification. We’ve connected it to our Database of Public Filings, so anyone can return and analyze financial statement data from SEC filings back to 2009.
Give us 30 minutes and wel’ll show you:
- tools to simplify and streamline access to machine-readable data from US GAAP and IFRS SEC filers
- freely available, customizable spreadsheets that use the XBRL API to return data
- support resources you can use to get detailed information and pose questions
- other resources currently available through the XBRL API, and what we expect to add soon
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.