Eagle-eyed folks using our interactive data tables have probably noticed they look a tad different.
Despite some differences in the way they look, BEA’s interactive data tables operate in the same way.
The changes are part of a BEA upgrade to the next generation of language used to create Web pages, called HTML5. This upgrade will make it easier for BEA to develop applications that are more robust and design Web pages that are more responsive to our online visitors.
The design changes are a shift in look and feel for parts of our interactive database entry points, but are not a redesign of the entire database itself. How BEA’s data is developed and disseminated didn’t change.
The groupings seen in blue are the same as before the upgrade. The difference: They are displayed in different colors and moved to the right-hand side of the page. By clicking on one of the blue buttons, you will begin your journey to the interactive tables.
As was the case before the upgrade, you’ll click on the blue “Begin using the data” button to continue your journey to the interactive data tables. Before the upgrade, this button was in the middle of your computer screen.
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