See this page for a permanent location for this blog entry.
I created what I am calling a "mashup console" which you can see at this URL: http://www.xbrlsite.com/demos/console/console.htm. The URL contains information helpful in creating mashups of information about SEC filings. The page includes:
- Company name of the SEC filer.
- SEC CIK number of the filer (this is a unique ID assigned to each SEC filer by the SEC).
- Asseccention number of the filing (this is basically a unique ID assigned to each filing by the SEC).
- Link the HTML Interactive Datawhich is provided by the SEC and is a rendering of what is contained in the SEC XBRL filing.
- Link to Excel Datawhich is provided by the SEC and is an Excel file which has a rendering of what is contained in the SEC XBRL filing.
- Link to XBRL Instance which is the actual XBRL instance filed on the SEC web site.
- Link to Taxonomy Presentation HTMLwhich is provided by XBRL Site.com and is an HTML rendering of the presentation linkbase of the SEC filer.
- Link to Taxonomy Presentation XMLwhich is provided by XBRL Site.com and is an XML file containing an easy to use hierarchy of the presentation linkbase.
- Link to Extension Concepts Informationwhich is provided by XBRL Cloud and is a listing of extension concepts created by the SEC filer for the filing.
- Link to Error Reportwhich is provided by XBRL Cloud and is a listing of validation error detected by XBRL Cloud.
Again, check out the information here: http://www.xbrlsite.com/demos/console/console.htm. If you want any information you provide publically listed here for others to use, let me know.
Go to the page and click on some of the links and you might be suprised at what you find and how you can directly navigate to certain things, such as the SEC Interactive Data renderings and an Excel spreadsheet of an SEC filing.
Of particular interest might be the HTML taxonomy presentation view. See this example: http://www.xbrlsite.com/demos/console/TreeView-0001104659-09-048013.html One of these is provided for each SEC filing. An XML version is also provided which you can use to easily read the taxonomy (i.e. no XBRL processor needed as this is basically pre-processed for you!).