You have two ways of exporting your screening results, both accessible from the same place:

The first option allows you to copy all the results as separate rows (plain text, no commas, no headers) and paste them wherever you want. This makes sense if you're going to mine through this data using your own scripts, for example. 

The second option lets you download all the results as a .xlsx (Microsoft Excel) file. This makes sense if you want to analyze or visualize the data on your own charts or import it to third-party applications. Since the data is beautifully presented, you can even convert it to an Excel interactive table and dig through it on your own.