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!’
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 […]
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 […]
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of a new Candidate Recommendation of the xBRL-CSV, xBRL-JSON and Open Information Model specifications.
xBRL-JSON is one of several new specifications to reach candidate recommendation status last week, part of the XBRL modernisation initiative.
This week saw the much-anticipated publication of the Open Information Model (OIM) specifications as Candidate Recommendations.
XBRL’s new Open Information Model is a strategic initiative to simplify and modernise our standard. The OIM enables the free exchange of XBRL data across a range of different syntaxes. We are used to thinking of XBRL as an XML variant, but the OIM allows us to instead understand XBRL as a syntax-independent standard that […]
The XBRL Standards Board has approved an important new release of the Open Information Model and xBRL-JSON specifications. The Open Information Model is a strategic initiative to simplify and modernise XBRL, allowing the free exchange of XBRL data into other formats.
Recently we updated readers on the progress of the Open Information Model (OIM)– which is well on its way to Recommendation status. But what will the OIM actually mean?
The OIM is central to the modernisation and simplification of the XBRL standard. Although XBRL is used extensively all over the world, allowing rich, structured data to be captured and used by businesses and regulators, the standard’s XML syntax is not always convenient and it often isn’t simple.
We were pleased to announce at the end of last year that new versions of the Open Information Model (OIM) and xBRL-JSON specifications have been released for public review. The release includes some significant improvements and simplifications to the xBRL-JSON representation, which provides an alternative representation for XBRL data. This is part of a larger XBRL International effort to modernise and simplify the standards and make XBRL data much easier to work with in modern software.