API Information

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General Information: API Documentation


The Data Simply API can be considered REST-ful and implements the JSON API standard.  It is designed to have predictable, resource-oriented URLs and to use HTTP response codes to indicate errors. We stick to the standards as much as possible, so our data can be consumed by off-the-shelf HTTP clients.


JSON will be returned in all responses from the API, including errors.


Authentication is handled via the token listed above, which is passed via the 'Authentication' header:

Authentication: Bearer <token>


The URL for the API is

https://api.datasimply.com/

Each of the endpoints will also include links to related resources in the 'links' section. For example the /v1/sec_filings/:id page will contain links to the tags for the filing, as well as the original document at the SEC.

 

Data Feed API Benefits:

Data Simply turns company SEC filings into signals, by machine-reading them like a financial analyst, so investment professionals can save time, reduce risk, and make better investment decisions.
  • Data goes right into your back office
  • Act on information more quickly
  • Focus on your business, not on reading data.
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    Data Coverage:

    • Daily company filings from the SEC Edgar Database
    • Form types for equity analysis: 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, S-1, S-1/A, 13D, 425 (no Form 4, we don't find it useful)
    • Tickers from three major US exchanges (NYSE, NASDAQ, NYSE MKT aka AMEX). OTC companies are not included in the API.
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      Meta Data for Each Filing:

      • Company name
      • Ticker
      • Form type (what type of filing it is i.e. 10-K).
      • Link to the filing at the SEC.
      • Each filing includes metadata tags representing the underlying meaning and words in the filing document from our curated dictionary (more than 140 possible tags).
      • Frequency of each metadata tag found in the filing.
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        Data Update Frequency:

        The data is updated hourly. How often you can access this new data depends on your API plan.