SMW exhibit

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The SMW Exhibit format allows tying several 'facets' of information into one dynamic view. With larger data sets, it can allow quickly 'drilling down' to exactly the relevant items. Since the selection boxes 'comprehend' dates and numbers, they will group entries by ranges when the data set grows. You can see a better example here — in a few clicks you can find the MSSS supported organisations in Montréal or Québec with a contribution of between $0 and $10000.

 Born locBorn inBornDiedDied of
Arnold Bush51° 48' 35.22" N, 0° 14' 15.63" WHertfordshire3 April 191120 July 1996Dancing accident
Bob Herrelsmorm51° 29' 21.60" N, 0° 8' 38.60" WLondon, UK9 April 190720 August 1976Mysterious causes
Bob Newhart39° 17' 25.39" N, 76° 36' 43.88" WBaltimore1 June 1942
Christina Poulet51° 29' 21.60" N, 0° 8' 38.60" WLondon, UK14 April 190720 August 1976Stage fright
Katherine Cardiff51° 28' 53.96" N, 3° 10' 45.10" WCardiff, UK11 April 190120 July 1996Dancing accident
Paul Devonshire51° 27' 13.69" N, 2° 35' 50.27" WBristol, UK10 October 191110 September 1986Polo accident

Notice the scissors icon that appears when you hover near the upper right of the results? Click there to access the data directly. Choose Tab Separated Values and you can copy and paste column data directly into a spreadsheet.

You can see an overview of some of the other view types here: — they include charts, graphs, calendars with events, and so on.

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