How to use the Interactive Search Feature

How to use the Interactive Search Feature

This search feature provides an interactive way of viewing and downloading reports on the data available on the platform:


To search for data

  1. Select the fields of interest, search parameters and search words to create a search term.
  2. Click on the Add button to add the selected search term.
  3. Click on the search button to pull data from the database.
  4. Search Results can be downloaded in Excel and PDF.

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