When exporting to Excel, Displayr will generate a .xlsx file containing any tabular data from the pages that you have chosen to export. The Excel export only exports tabular data and does not export charts, text, or any other kind of output. If you export a Visualization, the data which has been used to draw the visualization will be exported as a table where possible.
This article describes how to go export a Displayr output...
A Displayr page with at least one output to export.
- Select the page(s) to export.
- Select Publish > Export Pages > Excel.
- To export selected pages only: Choose which pages to export > Export selected page(s).
- OPTIONAL: Expand the Advanced Options menu and pick amongst the range of available options and specify how you wish to arrange your tables in the export. See below for details of each option.
- Select Export.
- Choose how to export pages: allows you to specify whether Displayr should Create one Worksheet for each page, or Combine all pages onto a single worksheet.
- Choose an Excel table style: allows you to specify one of the defaults Microsoft table coloring styles. To change the table style select the desired format from the dropdown menu list.
- Choose the spacing between tables on the same Excel worksheet: specify the Number of rows between the bottom of one table and the top of the next, or the Number of rows between the tops of the table (fixed table spacing). To specify the spacing select the preferred option and input the desired number of rows.
- Ignore NET and SUM: choose to prevent NET and SUM rows/columns from being included in the export.
- Include table of contents: choose whether or not Displayr generates an additional page at the beginning of the export which provides links to the different tables within the export. Click the links to jump to the desired table within the Excel file.
- Repeat headings: if your export contains tables with the column headers for each table, you can select this option to repeat the headings, or you may choose to suppress the headers on subsequent tables by deselecting this option.
- Include significance arrows (when shown in table): choose whether or not the blue/red significance testing arrows are included in the Excel document.
- Show column comparisons in separate row (when shown in table): if you are using the Compare Columns option for significance testing. If selected the significance testing letters will be added as new rows. If unchecked, the letters will be added as text within the main cells of the table.