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View the interactions and data on your graph as a table. Show secondary values in your table, sort the table, search the table, copy the table data to your clipboard and download the table.

Getting started: Graphing features are available in both Search & browse and My reports.

From Search & browse, either select the Graphing tab next to the Filters tab, or begin a new search and select the option to Show graph next to the Save as a report button.

From My reports either select the Graphing tab or open a saved report in My reports list. 


Elements of the table graph:


  1. Select Graph type: select Table as the graph type to view interaction data in table format.
  2. Choose Measurement: the Vertical (y) axis on other graph types will change to measurement when the table graph type is selected.
  3. Choose Rows: the Horizontal (x) axis on other graph types will change to rows when the table graph type is selected. Select the criteria you want to display as your table rows.
  4. Choose Columns: the Group by menu on other graph types will change to columns when the table graph type is selected. Select the criteria you want to display as your table columns.
  5. Graph summaries: these chiclets summarize the selections made in the graphing panel.

  6. Show secondary values: when selected this checkbox will expand your table data to show any secondary data values like interaction volume count and subset volume count or percentage volume.
  7. Scrolling the table: view up to ten thousand data points, or cells, using the vertical and horizontal scrollbars within the table display.

  8. Sorting the rows within table columns: when selected, the small gray caret in the table's column headers allows you to sort that column rows ascending, descending, or remove the column sort.

    a) Once you've sorted the column's rows, an arrow will appear in the header to indicate the direction of the sort on that column.

    b) A summary will also display above the table indicating a sort has been applied to the table.

  9. Search the table: selecting the spyglass icon will show or hide the table search. To search, enter your value into the search field. Found values will be highlighted in yellow within your table. If there are multiple values that match your search value, the search field will indicate the number of instances of the value found and allow you to page through each of the highlighted values.  

  10. Undo: allows you to undo the last number of criteria you've applied (within your current browser session). Close will close the graphing panel, but will save any subset filter selections you've made.
  11. Copy to clipboard: this button allows you to select and copy highlighted table data into an external spreadsheet program like Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or Numbers.

    a) To quickly copy an entire table column or row, select the column or row's header.
    b) To quickly copy your entire table's data, select the empty top left column header.

  12. Download a CSV: allows you to export what you see displayed in your table in Tethr.

    Tip: to define which columns or rows display first on your table, select Customize near your Rows or Columns menus and choose "Always show" as the display option. The CSV download will maintain any customized display settings.


    a) When selected, the Download CSV link will display a pop-up, like above, where you can choose to download your table as a CSV or cancel the operation and close the pop-up by selecting Done.

    b) While your table (or any graph type) will display up to ten thousand cells in Tethr, upon CSV download the threshold increases to 100 thousand cells.


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