Yes. Head over to the Data Query Tool. To get started, select which list of companies you want to search (i.e. Whole universe, industry sector, peer groups, etc.), then period type, then date range. Next, set filters using the “Data Points” or the “Ratios” dropdown menus. If you are setting multiple filters, insert “and” between each filter with no punctuation marks. You may also use “or” depending on your query. Next, check all the metrics that you would like to have exported to an Excel spreadsheet. When you are done, click “Export To Excel” in the bottom left corner of the browser window. The file will appear in your downloads menu or folder. For an example of how to use the query, you can go to:
Can I generate my own query using Calcbench’s extensive XBRL database?
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