which help you to explore your XML data instances from different perspectives:
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'''Result''':Displays query results and other textual output. Query results can be saved in a file.</td><td valign="top ">
:Displays all data in a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treemap TreeMap]. All nodes of the XML document are represented as rectangles, filling the complete area. You can choose different layout algorithms in the Menu ''Options'' → ''Map Layout''.
:Displays all XML nodes in a top down tree with edges and nodes. You can change some settings of the Tree in the Menu ''Options'' → ''Tree Options''.
:Displays all nodes in an Explorer-like folder view. Nodes can be expanded or closed by clicking on the arrows.
:Displays all nodes in a scatterplot, which is particularly helpful if you want to explore analyze your data. Three drop down menus allow custom axis assignments.
[[Image:Table.png|thumb|The Table View]]
:Comes in handy if your data is highly regular. It displays all nodes in a table with rows and columns. Different assignments can be chosen by clicking on the arrow in the right upper corner.
:Can be used to explore the contents of your database via drop-down menus, search fields and double sliders.
:Helpful for analyzing the query plans of your XQuery expressions. It also displays information on the compilation and evaluation of queries.
Via the ''Options'' menu, you can change how queries are executed and visualized:
* '''Realtime Execution''': If realtime execution is enabled, your searches and queries will be executed with each key click and the results will be instantly shown.
By default, the Look and Feel of your operating system will be used in the GUI.
In the ''Preferences'' dialog, you can choose
among some more window themes.
The [http://www.jtattoo.net/ScreenShots.html JTattoo library] offers some more