Data tables presented on this site display their data
and associated information in four sections.
A statistical summary of the table is presented before
the table's data. This summary consists of the number of pages that are
required to view the table and the total number of records contained within the
Most data tables on this site can be sorted. If a
table’s contents can be sorted, then the each of the table’s column headings
will also be links. Selecting a particular column heading's link will sort the
table by the values in that column.
The third section of a table consists of the table's
data rows. It is not uncommon for one or more of the columns in a table to
contain links to more detailed information about that row in the table.
When a table contains excessive data, the table's
contents will be split over a number of physical pages. When this occurs the
Table Summary, displayed at the beginning of the table, will indicate the total
number of pages required to display the complete table, and a series of page
links will appear at the end of the table. The page links appearing at the end
of the table consist of a series of increasing integer values, each of which is
a link to an associated page of data.