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Depending on your operating system, you can launch a GUI instance of BaseX by double-clicking on the '''BaseX GUI''' start icon (Windows only) or running the <code>basexgui</code> script. Additional startup options are listed in the [[Startup#Graphical User Interface|Startup]] article.
All The BaseX GUI window is divided into various bars and panels. At the top of the BaseX window, the menu bar resides. It houses all important features of the BaseX GUI can be accessed from the menu bar. With Use the ''Database'' menu, you can to create and manage your XML databases. The ''Editor'' menu offers gives you access to a variety of tools and options for working with files. Toggle between various The ''ViewsView'' menu lets you toggle between the bars and panels described below. The ''VizualizationsVizualization'' menu offers you a comprehensive set of data representations that will help you to edit and explore understand your data or set further even better. Use the ''Options'' menu to set your preferences regarding realtime execution, colors, fonts and packages.
The BaseX GUI window is divided into a number of additional bars and panels that can be displayed or hidden using the ''View'' or ''Visualization'' menu. On the upper border, right Right below the menu bar, you can find the ''Buttons'' bar and just below that the ''Input Bar''. The ''Buttons'' bar offers you a wide range of shortcuts, mostly for menu options, such as managing databases and displaying views and visualizations, but also for navigating through your data. With the ''Input Bar'', you can query your data using three different kinds of query syntax.
You can also toggle between ''Editor'', ''Result'' and ''Info'' view using the ''Buttons'' bar. [[File:Basex-buttons-bar-view.png]] To gain further insights into your data, you can choose from to display various visualizations such as ''Map'', ''Tree'', ''Folder'', ''Plot'', ''Table'' and ''Explorer'', either from the ''Visualization'' menu or from the ''Buttons'' bar. [[File:Basex-buttons-bar-visualization.png]]
=Database Management=
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