NAME

timeseries

SYNOPSIS

timeseries -d dir/to/schema/files [options] <dir/to/xbrl/files>

DESCRIPTION

This program will parse the given xbrl files and create csv file(s) which discribe timeseries of EDINET's BS/PL/CF/SS.

example:

ls 1301/

1301/S000133I 1301/S0001U0D 1301/S0002J5Z 1301/S0003GXT 1301/S0003WWV 1301/S0004JNJ 1301/S00055MB 1301/S0006132 1301/S0006MMB 1301/S000766R 1301/S0007T99 1301/S0008INZ 1301/S00096Y3 1301/S0009R1H 1301/S000ABWA 1301/S000B3JK 1301/S000BMYD 1301/S000CBI7 1301/S000CVH7 1301/S000DNUV 1301/S000E9PF 1301/S1000F8V 1301/S1000ZB4 1301/S10014G9 1301/S10024J9 1301/S10025H8 1301/S1002DU2 1301/S1002PMU 1301/S10030KB 1301/S1003FL5

timeseries -d dir/to/schema/files 1301

ts2xlsx 1301_bs.csv 1301_pl.csv 1301_cf.csv

OPTIONS

-h[elp]

Prints a help message and exits.

-v[erbose]

Prints verbose messages.

-a[sr]

Parses asr files only

-t[ype] type...

Sets types to show(bs|pl|cf|ss).

AUTHOR

Tetsuya Yamamoto <yonjouhan@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2015 by Tetsuya Yamamoto

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.10 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.