Mapping between taxonomies ensures interoperability by enabling to compare disclosures that are reported against different taxonomies.
Follow those guidelines to handle the taxonomy mapping quicker and with more accuracy.
- Standard setters
They define the data relevant to a particular topic as a digital data standard.
- Taxonomy authors
They create and publish taxonomies.
- Data consumers
They use the reported data for analysis and aggregation.
This article outlines general guidelines for standard setters and taxonomy authors who want to make sure data consumers can map and compare sustainability disclosures that report their values following different standards. Guidelines for preparing taxonomies for mapping Standard setters and taxonomy authors should consider the following when preparing taxonomies for mapping: Use common concepts. Using common concepts prevents two taxonomies from creating separate concepts that define the same topic. Taxonomies that use common concepts are easy to compare.Read More
This article outlines general guidelines for data consumers who want to use published materials to map and compare sustainability disclosures that reported values following different standards. Guidelines for mapping between taxonomies Data consumers should consider the following when mapping between taxonomies: Use official concordances. Standard setters and taxonomy authors prepare and publish their official concordances. Use the official concordances to convert and compare the data. Learn more about recording concordances between taxonomies Use concordances and conversion formulas to convert units.Read More