unfortunately, this is not possible by default or only very basic (sorting for example) and so requires the use of a third-party app. What I can highly recommend is the app Table Filter and Charts for Confluence by StiltSoft. Have been using it internally a lot and for our app documentation etc.. So if you really like to have advanced filters maybe give that a try. And make sure to have a look around on the Atlassian Marketplace as there are other apps available enhancing Confluence tables as well.
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Yes it is possible:
All these solutions can be combined with Table Filter macro, so you can filter out irrelevant rows and columns and perform calculations on the rest of table.
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