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Using Business Use Cases to Understand XBRL

This blog post walks you through using the business use cases by providing a walk through of one of the business use cases.

First, an overview of the business use cases. The business use cases is a set of 33 examples of business information represented using XBRL.  Here is a summary of the helpful view of this information:

For EACH business use case you can get the following: (I am using the last business use case, nonfinancial information, as an example)

To understand the model of the information (the fact tables), read this blog post. (multidimensional model)

If you want a more comprehensive example, use this reference implementation.

Posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at 01:59PM by Registered CommenterCharlie in | CommentsPost a Comment

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