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Exporting to a CSV file

Larger tables can be saved to a CSV file. To do this, click on the Export button and selectText file C S V option highlighted from Export drop down. You can then select a dimension label format and a column separator. The dimension label format determines what information will be included in your file for each variable, etc. The column separator determines which character will be used to separate columns in the file. Enter your e-mail address in the box in the middle of the dialog box and click the Export to Text file button. The file will be created and an e-mail sent to you informing you how to retrieve it. The file will not be included as an attachment to the e-mail, as it could potentially be very large. Instead the e-mail will contain a link allowing you to download the file.

Export pop up box showing option for C S V file

Figure 25 : Export option to save data as a CSV file


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