
Click this button to reload the table from the data file and refresh its content. Note that all the modifications made to the data in the table will be lost.


Click this button to resize the table. The Resize Table dialog box will appear where you can select the number of rows and columns in the table. Select the Fill with zeroes check box if you want the new cells of the table to be filled with zero values.


Click this button to select a worksheet formula and paste it into a grid cell. When you do, the Paste formula dialog box will appear. If you inserted formulas into your table, use the extended DBX format when saving the table in order to retain the formulas.


Click this button to transfer the data to Microsoft Excel for further analysis. If the Excel application is not open, ImageWarp will attempt to start it automatically before transferring data. If you receive an error message, make sure Microsoft Excel is installed in the system and you have enough memory to run both Excel and ImageWarp.


Click this button to switch the table to the Statistics mode. In this mode, a table reports a statistical summary of the data for each measurement parameter. The column layout of this mode is identical to the one of the Standard mode, while the rows show the following information: the total number of objects (Count), sum of measurements for each parameter (Sum), minimum (Min), maximum (Max), median (Med) average value (Avg), geometric mean (GMean), harmonic mean (HMean), population standard deviation (Std), sample standard deviation (Stds), population variance (Var), sample variance (Vars) and mean of squares (Msq). To switch the table back to the Standard mode, click the Statistics button again.


Click this button to switch to display a Chart for a currently selected parameter.
