Use the Data Table to view and edit your data in tabular format. You can access the Data table from the Main Toolbar by clicking Data.
Upon opening the Data Table, the most previously edited records will populate the chart first. Select another field if you would like to sort by other data entries in the inventory database, then click the “Refresh” button to update the table. You can change the order of the values within the field by choosing ascending or descending values. The table will show all data fields and can be long lengthwise, so be sure to use the slider bar near the bottom of the table view. You can also click the arrow in the upper right hand corner to expand the table to fit the screen.
As you scroll down in the data table, it will automatically load more records to analyze.
To edit a feature within the data table, simply click the cell you would like to edit. You can also delete certain points or export a selection to a csv file to be read in Microsoft Excel by clicking the “Delete” or “Export” buttons, respectively. The table will display parameters applied by the advanced filter, or you can view feature data by location. Just click “Filter by Map,” then when you move your cursor to the map, you can draw a polygon around a certain set of records. You can also navigate to the actual location of the feature on the map by clicking the “Zoom To” button after a feature has been selected within the table.
Views will help you create, manage, and apply workflow templates to increase your efficiency. Views allow you to select the data fields you want to display in the table, choose sorting options, apply any data filters, add a name, and save the view.
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If you have a View saved: Previous saved Views will be listed at the top under My Views. Choose the view you want from the drop down and hit apply.
If you want to create a new View: check the fields you want in the data table and frozen. The data table can run slow when too many fields are selected, we suggest choosing between 8-12.
Note: Frozen columns stay fixed to the left side of the data table.
Options to add sorting and filters to the View are available as well. Sorting allows you to order the data table based off the values in any of your fields. Filters allows you to filter the trees shown in the map when you turn on a View.
At the bottom of the form you can either apply the View you have created for one time use or you can save the View, give it a name, and access it later. Give your Views specific names, so that you can quickly apply them later.