"The NASA Exoplanet Archive" (https://exoplanetarchive.ipac.caltech.edu/) implies that there are 5,197 confirmed exoplanets. The "5,197 Confirmed Planets 11/02/2022" link leads to a Planetary Systems dataset with 33,719 records with a "Planet Name", perhaps all selected. What are these celestial bodies? That being said, The "All Exoplanets" link at https://exoplanetarchive.ipac.caltech.edu/docs/counts_detail.html leads to the Planetary Systems dataset with 5,197 records selected.
"Terrestrial" (https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/what-is-an-exoplanet/planet-types/terrestrial/#otp_how_many_terrestrial_planets_are_out_there?) implies that there are 190 terrestrial exoplanets. The Exoplanet Catalog (https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/discovery/exoplanet-catalog/) may be filtered to list these 190 terrestrial exoplanets. How can I filter the Planet Systems dataset to these 190 terrestrial exoplanets?
"Super-Earth" (https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/what-is-an-exoplanet/planet-types/super-earth/) implies that there are 1,587 Super-Earth exoplanets. The Exoplanet Catalog (https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/discovery/exoplanet-catalog/) may be filtered to list these 1,587 Super-Earth exoplanets. How can I filter the Planet System dataset to these 1,587 Super-Earth exoplanets?