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Software (Microsoft Excel):
eVal workbook - extended 20 year version
eVal User's Guide
Datamaker User's Guide
Software with SEC XBRL data (Microsoft Excel):
eVal 6.05 workbook with XBRL data (4.5MB). Includes filings through 2022 Q1.
Note: This version of eVal allows the user to import annual financial statement data extracted by the SEC from annual financial reports that have been filed with the SEC using XBRL. This software and data are intended for academic use only. The underlying data is based on information provided by filers to the SEC and this data may contain inaccuracies and errors. We have further conformed this data to eVal's standardized financial statement format and the standardization process may have introduced additional inaccuracies, errors and ambiguities. We highly recommend that you reconcile the data to the 'as reported' amounts in each company's annual reports before interpreting the data. If you encounter data or usage issues with this version, please provide feedback to email@example.com.
If the number of common shares outstanding is not provided by the filer, this number defaults to zero. The usual reason is that the filer has multiple classes of common shares. You should check the underlying Form 10-K to determine the number of classes, the number of shares in each class and the rights attaching to each class before valuing each share class.
The eVal standardized financial statement format is designed for industrial companies, so the standardized classifications will be less meaningful for financial companies.