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Selecting and Filtering Data
Microreact offers two methods to interact with data entries in a project: selecting and filtering. This page describes how to use these two methods.

Data Filtering

Filtering allows you to temporary hide some data entries from all panels in a project.
When a single filter is applied, only data entries which are within the applied filter are shown and entries which are outside the filter are hidden.
When multiple filters are applied, then data entries which are within all filters are shown (i.e. the intersection of all filters is used).

Data Selection

Selecting data allows you to highlight some data entries without hiding the entries which are not selected. When an entry is within the selection, a halo is usually rendered around it, while entries which are not within the selection are rendered normally.
Entries selected in one panel will be selected in the other panels as shown by halos on most panels or by checked check boxes in data table panels.

Summary

Panel
Selecting data
Filtering data
Data tables
Data entries can be selected using the checkboxes to the left of each row asaasa
Data entries can be filtered by values or by condition from the data column header menu
Trees
Individual entries can be selected by clicking on individual leaf nodes. Multiple entries can be selected by holding Ctrl/Cmd button and clicking on leaf nodes. A range can be selected by click on the first leaf, then holding the Shift key while clicking on the another leaf node.
Clicking on a subtree filters out data entries which are not in the subtree. The same filter is applied when right clicking on a subtree and choosing View Subtree.
You can also apply a filter on a tree by using the lasso tool.
Maps
Clicking on a map marker selects all entries at that location.
Multiple markers can be selected by holding Ctrl/Cmd button and clicking on markers.
You can apply a filter on a map by using the lasso tool lasso tool.
You can also apply a filter using the viewport filter button.
Timeline
Clicking on a timeline bar selects all entries in that bar.
Multiple bars can be selected by holding Ctrl/Cmd button and clicking on markers.
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