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15 Working with Tables and Plots
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One of the easiest ways to store, sort and display data in ICM is by the use of a table. In most cases tables are automatically created, for example, if you search for a PDB file or when you load a compound database (SDF file). It is also possible for you to create your own table. Once a table is created, ICM provides easy to use tools to sort, add, edit and plot data.

Here we will concentrate on describing the actions you can perform on a table once it has been read into ICM. We will start by describing a simple table. Actions which can be performed on chemical tables are described in the section entitled Working with Chemical Spreadsheets.

A standard ICM table:


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