How is the page structured?

The results panel on the right-hand side lists the time series available. The time series are presented as tables based on the data model. The figures indicate how many time series a table contains and how many of them have been selected.

How do I navigate?

The left-hand side shows the filter options structured by facet. The filters can be expanded and collapsed using the arrows

The search field enables quick selection of a filter option or a free text search.

It is possible to switch from the table view back to the access page using the ‘Change dataset filter’ button ().

The top facet contains the main items from the whole dataset, while the other facets allow more refined selection parameters.

When a filter option has been selected, the number of selected time series in the results panel on the right-hand side is updated.

At the same time, the associated facet is marked () and the sequence of other facets is optimised so that the results can be further refined as quickly as possible.

The combination of filter options from different facets narrows the number of time series (AND logical operator).

The number indicates to how many time series the filter has reduced the selection.

By contrast, the selection of multiple filter options in the same facet expands the results (OR logical operator).

A number prefixed with a plus sign indicates how many time series have been added to the selection.

Once a table has been selected, the navigation panel on the left displays the tables that were listed in the results panel on the access page.