Customizing the table

Copérnico table item enables the display of complex data, such as participants or teams. This component allows you to create custom display modes adapted to any situation.

In the “Participants” section you can customize the columns that are displayed. The columns that you have uploaded with the import of participants will be available.

What can we customize in a table?

  • Column display: columns, order and size.
  • Filter the data.
  • Sort the data.
  • Group the data.
  • Limit the data.

You can change the order of the columns by dragging and dropping them from the header. You can sort the table in ascending or descending order by one of the columns by clicking on its title. You can change the width of the column by sliding the right line and you can filter the data by clicking on the filter icon in each column.

In any table you can customize the columns shown. The columns you have uploaded with the import of participants will be available.

  1. Click on the “Customize table” icon in the lower right corner.
  2. In the “Customize table” window displayed on the right you can activate or deactivate columns. The active columns are marked in blue.

Columns are classified by sections. You can show all the columns of a section by clicking on the eye icon; and hide them by clicking on the crossed-out eye icon.


Column Section 

All: shows all the columns. If you can not find a column you can display the section of all or use it in the search box.

General rankings: columns related to general positions. In the example we can see the position by split.

Race: columns related to the timing of the race.

Personal: columns with personal information of the participant.

Start times: “Start raw time” (day and time the athlete started); and “Net start time” (difference between the time at which the athlete crossed the start and the time of the wave that was assigned to him).

Official time: columns with official time per split.

To generate documents with classifications it is recommended to add intervals and not splits. The positions are calculated from the interval and not from the split.

Net Time:  columns with net time per split. The net time is the tag’s time.

TOD (time of day) times:  columns with the time of passage, in time of day, by split.

Gender rankings: Ranking columns according to gender by split.

Category rankings: Ranking columns according to category by split.

Interval times: columns for the intervals created in the race. They can’t be edited in the table: to change the time of an interval it is necessary to change the time of the splits that integrate them.

Remember that you can create custom presets to quickly change the columns you are viewing.

Custom columns

By clicking on the </> icon in the righ, a pop-up window for managing custom columns appears.

Here you can create custom columns in javascript. If you have any questions when creating columns you can contact us for help.

We have created some custom columns as an example, you just have to click on it to add it to your table.

You can also modify a column you have selected to match your needs.

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