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Demonstrating how xBRL-JSON greatly simplifies analytics

Those of our readers who attended Data Amplified will know that Revathy Ramanan, XBRL International’s Guidance Manager, wowed the audience with a live demonstration, building multiple analytical reports on the fly. She has revisited her conference session with a new blog post on the Taggings section of our website, ‘xBRL-JSON makes report consumption easier!’

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xBRL-JSON Makes Report Consumption Easier!

Revathy manages the development of guidance materials at XBRL International. In this article she shares the xBRL-JSON driven analytics that she demonstrated at last week’s Data Amplified conference, with links to explore. The new Open Information Model (OIM) specifications will soon reach ‘Recommendation’ status. There is no time like the present, therefore, to learn how […]

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What’s all this about the OIM?

We’ve been talking about the Open Information Model (OIM) in recent issues, with the release of a Candidate Recommendation set of specifications, moving inexorably towards final Recommendation status – and it will definitely be a big topic of conversation at our Data Amplified Virtual event.

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Candidate Recommendation release of OIM specifications

The XBRL Standards Board has approved a further Candidate Recommendation of the Open Information Model (OIM) suite of specifications. This latest release is expected to be the last prior to progressing to Proposed Recommendation status.

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Long-Awaited OIM Reaches Final Milestones

The Open Information Model (OIM) is XBRL International’s strategic effort to simplify and modernise important aspects of the XBRL Standard. It will allow XBRL data to be used in new and simpler ways by detaching the standard from a single syntax. This means the same powerful features of XBRL can be used with various different […]

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Filing Indicators Proposed

The XBRL Standards Board has approved a Proposed Recommendation release of the Filing Indicators specification.  Filing Indicators are a mechanism used by some XBRL filing systems to enable filers to explicitly record which sections (or templates) within a report they have completed.

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Detaching XBRL Formula Rules from their XML roots

One of the most powerful features of XBRL is the ability to embed business validation rules into a taxonomy in the form of XBRL Formula Rules. By embedding validation rules, the taxonomy becomes a single, standardised mechanism for defining an XBRL reporting requirement, complete with translatable labels, datatype definitions, links to authoritative reference materials and […]

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Modernised, Simplified XBRL Specifications on Final Approach

The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of a new Candidate Recommendation of the xBRL-CSV, xBRL-JSON and Open Information Model specifications.

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New XBRL International Filing Indicators specification paves the way for xBRL-CSV adoption

The XBRL Standards Board (XSB) has approved a Candidate Recommendation release of the Filing Indicators specification.  Filing Indicators are a mechanism used by some XBRL filing systems to enable filers to explicitly record which sections (or templates) within a report they have completed. 

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xBRL-CSV gains traction

We’ve seen a growing interest in the new xBRL-CSV specification, with a number of XBRL implementations looking closely at using the format to meet their bulk data collection needs.

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