IRA SEC Filings Catalog
Company Analysis and List of Filings to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
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IRA's Daily Survey of Exhibit 101 Filings as of 2010 and later on File with SEC EDGAR
SUBMITTAL SOFTWARE USED
Advanced Computer Innovations EdgarSuite
Bowne Tagger, XBRL Enabler
Business Wire powered by Fujitsu XWand or Edgar Online Xcelrate
Clarity FSR powered by Fujitsu XWand
CompSci Interactive Converter
EDGAR Online i-Metrix
EdgarizerX powered by Fujitsu XWand
Fujitsu XWand (standalone)
Non-Labeled and Do It Yourself (DIY)
Rivet Dragon Tag and Crossfire
RR Donnelley XBRLMark and XMark
These are the Exhibit 101 XBRL supplements found in a scan of 10K, 10Q, 20F, 40F, 8K, S-series and F-series filings. We do not count documents unless they appear as evidentiary exhibits in the production SEC EDGAR Accession File. We do not count the obsolete Exhibit 100 Voluntary Filer Program (VFP) documents in this survey. In any case, there are only 10 records out of 945,000 line items in our survey since 1/1/2010 indicating the presence of errant EX-100's. Notice the continuing addition of new vendor software to the process.
About this tool.
This cataloging infrastucture is a variant of IRA's SEC Filings Catalog, an accessions cataloging utility that has been in continuous service at IRA since 2003 and is hit by every major search engine continuously.
This system locates the Exhibit 101 xbrl schedules within an SEC filing. It does not depend on or use the XBRL experimental feed but instead relies solely on the SEC EDGAR Acession list.
The purpose of this experimental system is to explore, calibrate and risk reduce the cost-effort required to use SEC data for downstream analytics applications including, but not limited to, - central norm and outlier detection - emerging innovation discovery - lowered cost to discover investment opportunity technique development - and other uses.
This software is presently being built to work on U.S. Securities Exchange Commission xbrl filings but our objective was to write a generalized parser that should be able to read any xbrl exhibit from any regulatory regime. We are requesting contact with any non-US regulators that wish to test this with us.
FAIR WARNING: This test is only a test. No representations or warranties are made or implied other than it will make something appear on your computer screen that may or may not appear to be useful. We are continuing to work on improving the technology approach to the point that we feel it meets our internal commercial rigor standards prior to releasing a commercial version.
If you wish to partner with IRA on our project please contact Dennis Santiago at our Torrance, California office.
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