What are "Base" and "Top" columns?

Base shows the first rank ever recorded on PRT. By default, it shows any rank including NTH (Not Top Hundred). You can change to "First <100 rank" (show the first rank that was above NTH) in PRT Settings -> Base value

Top shows the best rank the term has ever had in the time it’s been tracked.

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