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You may search the entire website by using the search bar at the top-left of all web pages. This will bring you to another page, listing search results relevant to your search terms.
The primary navigation at the top right of all pages is where you may access all main areas of this website.
Navigating the Compendium Data
By clicking on Compendium Statistics in the navigation bar at the top of the page, you will be taken to the Compendium Tables by Topic Overview. This will list all table sections and what each table is about. By clicking on a topic, you will taken to the topic selected where you can then view the individual tables.
Compendium Data Tools
When viewing each table, you have several options in how to present your data.
Initially, you have the option of selecting the number of entries you'd like to view.
You may also select which columns you would like to display by clicking the "Show/hide columns" button.
You can save your data-view by selecting any of the output options available:
- Print: This will open a window where you can print the particular view you are on
- PDF: This will open a dialog in which you may save the data as a PDF for viewing in Adobe Acrobat
- Excel: This will save the file in the "XLS" format, used by Microsoft Excel
- CSV: This format, CSV (comma seperated value) will save the data in a format widely used by database applications
- Copy: This action will copy the table view to your computers clipboard for pasting in various applications
You may also search within each table to find specific values that you are looking for by using the table search field.
Each table can be sorted by any column header as long as this feature is turned on (Sorting is not available on the tables within sections 3, 14, and 15).The view can be sorted by values ascending or descending.
The bottom of each table displays the current amount of entries being presented
You may also navigate the results by the options on the bottom-right of each table. These can take you to the beginning of the results, to the end of the results and all pages in-between.