Note that you have to download each cross section individually.
In the layers menu, click the download icon of the cross section you want to download.
Choose your file type. Saving as a CSV will allow you to open the data in Excel spreadsheets, but you can also save it as a Shapefile or KML.
Additionally, select whether to include interpolate points. Leaving this checkbox on will produce a file with points all along the lines. Turning interpolation off will produce a file that contains only the points drawn in Equator.
You can also select a projection for your data using at EPSG code (consult EPSG.io if you’re unsure of your coordinate system.) Learn more about coordinate systems in Equator here.
Opening the CSV file in Excel will show you the cross-section data. Each point is on a new row. The columns will tell you what the point’s coordinates are (latitude and longitude), as well as its elevation and distance from the starting point.