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Tables and Filters

Our JDB DApp presents an abundance of data in a neatly organized and easily accessible way through tables.
These tables can be customized according to your preferences via filters.

Here's how to use and optimize these filters:

The powerful Filters
1. Columns: This is where you can choose the column that you want to filter. Each table contains multiple data columns, all of which can be individually sorted.
2. Operators: These are the tools that you use to define how you want to filter the data in the chosen column. Depending on the type of data in the selected column - either text or numeric - you'll have different operators at your disposal.
3. Value: This is where you input the text or number you wish to use as your filter reference. This will be the specific piece of data you are searching for or organizing around within the selected column.

Text Columns:

For columns with textual data, you can use the following operators:
  • Contains: The cell's text includes the text that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • Equals: The cell's text matches exactly the text that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • Starts with: The cell's text begins with the text that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • Ends with: The cell's text ends with the text that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • Is empty: The cell does not contain any text.
  • Is not empty: The cell contains some text.
  • Is any of: The cell's text includes any of the text elements that you input in the 'Value' field.

Numeric Columns:

For columns with numeric data, you can use the following operators:
  • "=": The cell's value matches exactly the number that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • ">": The cell's value is greater than the number that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • ">=": The cell's value is greater than or equal to the number that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • "<": The cell's value is less than the number that you input in the 'Value' field.
  • "<=": The cell's value is less than or equal to the number that you input in the 'Value' field.
With this robust filtering system, you have complete control over how you view and interact with the data, allowing you to customize the information to suit your unique needs and strategies.

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