The XBRL API is a unified interface to stored XBRL data (facts and taxonomies) that enables developers with limited XBRL knowledge to learn a single interface and access any data repository structured to the XBRL Specification.
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Structured financial reporting offers considerable value to investors today. additional improvements would increase its value considerably. Investors are not fully aware of the tools currently available and how these tools can assist in their investment process. The program will explore how technology, like the XBRL data standard, can be harnessed to reform the financial reporting […more]
The Future of Business Reporting Lead the way to digital, integrated, decision-useful information. Lead your organisation to the future of business reporting. Converge on Paris, November 6-8 for Data Amplified 2017. This year’s most important event for professionals impacted by, and making an impact with the digitisation of business reporting. The world’s leading thinkers and […more]
Come & Get It! There are a growing number of ways to access XBRL financial data: straight from a regulator; with freely-available APIs; from our Public Filings Database accessible to XBRL US Members, or; with tools from Members. Already up and running with XBRL data? Check out our list of apps and tips that may help you optimize your queries and results.
Browse this growing collection of case studies, white papers and resources documenting the significance of the business reporting data standard, or check out one of our Infographics to get a clear picture of the hows and whys of the financial data standard.
Immerse yourself in the future of business reporting. Explore the intersection of regulation, technology and business. How does structured data combine with new technology? Create new data insights, new confidence and new decision capabilities.
There are numerous blockchain initiatives in the market today, some public, some private. This session will cover how alternative blockchains interact. Learn about the difference between public and private blockchain; permissioned versus un-permissioned. What issues are raised by multiple blockchains? How might this shake out in the future? What is the impact on regulators? Speaker: […more]
Analysts, data providers and investment professionals learn from Bloomberg and the CFA Institute during this free webinar about the kind and breadth of public company data available in XBRL format.
Learn the pros and cons of working with financial XBRL data from a startup company that relies on structured data. And find out how you can get started analyzing corporate XBRL data yourself through the Data Analysis Toolkit, freely available from XBRL US.
XBRL US and an alliance of companies have formed the XBRL US Center for Data Quality to address concerns about, and to improve the utility of, XBRL financial data filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).