[EN] Exporting data from a panel

Modified on Fri, 24 May 2024 at 10:04 AM


Depending on the panel, you can export data to various formats.


In the Actions menu of a panel, choose Export and then one of the offered format for the export file:


CSV – a data file that you can import into another application (such as Excel).

1.    Choose which delimiter you wish to use: comma or semicolon. This choice depends on the application in which you want to import the data.
(If you choose comma, the decimal point in the export file will be changed to a point; if you choose semicolon, the decimal point will be changed in the export file in a comma.)

2.    Then choose Export; next you can choose to open the file directly (e.g. in Excel) or to save it as a CSV file.
NOTE: An exported CSV file contains only the panel from which you activate the export feature, so if you export a panel from a report, only that panel will be exported. The exported file also has a maximum of 2500 rows,

PDF – an exact representation of the panel, or the panels, which are displayed at the time of export on the screen.

NOTE: PDF is good to use, but the layout and quality may vary based on the elements you have displayed

The file opens in a new browser window. You can then give this a more meaningful name. NOTE: If you choose PDF, the export file contains all panels displayed at the time of export.


HTML – opens a new browser window showing the details.

Enabling pop-ups is required for this and other options. You can copy and share the URL which remains available for 30 days.


Other – Line and Bar charts can also be exported to PNS, SVC or Print.

As the image exports take data directly from the screen, the result may be not what you need. In that case, use HTML or PDF export and use the image from that file.

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