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We have a process in place to pull XBRL files directly off the SEC feed, parse them and turn them into RDF for a graph store. The graph store also contains the GAAP hierarchy, allowing us to view statements as a tree with whatever data they contain.
Here are some examples:
Data can also be accessed using the W3C-standardized SPARQL query language. (note that this interface is very experimental and not user-friendly. It exists to show what is possible)
Click here to access the SPARQL interface