An operation is part of a data node. It applies an operator to this data node. It takes as input zero or one table (the last table produced by the sequence of operations in the data node or the result table of the data node referenced by the data node if the sequence is empty) and some settings, including parameter values. It produces a table or a graph.

The data node's "Operations" tab shows the details of an operation and allows to manipulate it.

In particular,

**No.**is a consecutive number of the operation,**Status**can contain status symbols if there has been a problem with the operation,**Operation**contains the name of the operator,**Id**is a short description of the operation's objective, entered by the user, and**Description**summarizes the settings of the operation.

The rightmost column of the screenshot allows to manipulate the sequence of operations. Besides the standard manipulations of **adding, editing, and deleting**, it allows

- to
**move**an operation to a different index of the sequence, - to
**deactivate**an operation, - to
**move an operation to the parent node**of the current data node, i.e., the append the operation to the sequence of operations of the parent node, and - to
**recalculate**the result of an operation.

Only** subsequent operations starting with the first operation** of the data node **can be moved** to the parent node. They are appended to the sequence of operations of the parent maintaining their sequence. Moving isolated operations would cause inconsistencies in the calculation path. See also Move an operation to its parent node.