Table View is the default option for all tables. Here each row represents an individual record and the columns represent the information found in that record. Oftentimes there are a lot of columns, making the information for a single record difficult to view.
We recommend switching to document view whenever the user enters an unfamiliar table to help get the lay of the land and understand exactly what information is included in the table.*
To switch viewing modes click on the turquoise button at the far right hand side of the screen just above the rows of data and to the right of the "export" button. Click on whichever view is not highlighted in the drop-down menu to switch back and forth.
Every row in Enigma represents an individual record. Document view takes each row and condenses the horizontal columns down to a single document two columns wide, as if it was a physical document on a sheet of paper.
This screenshot shows the 3rd row (highlighted in red) from the table above as it appears in document view.
Document view is the ideal layout for delving deep into the details of individual entries while table view is best for performing on the fly analytics.
*Document view ignores empty cells so there may be more columns than are displayed if the first few entries have blank columns. To avoid missing information click "Full Description" in the table description at the top of the table to see a complete list of columns with definitions.