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Excel

CUBESET is a function in Excel that helps you easily create sets of data. You can use it to create a set of data from a range of cells, or to create a set of data from a list of values. To use CUBESET, you simply enter the function into a cell, and then specify the range of cells or the list of values that you want to use to create the set of data. CUBESET will then create a set of data that includes all of the values from the range or list. You can then use this set of data to perform calculations or to create charts and graphs.

The syntax for CUBESET in Excel is as follows:

CUBESET(database, range, dimension, criteria)

database is the name of the database

range is the range of cells that you want to include in the set

dimension is the dimension of the set

criteria is the criteria that you want to use to select cells

In Excel, the CUBESET function can be used to create a set of unique, non-repeating values from a given range of cells. For example, if you have a list of employee IDs in column A, and you want to create a set of unique IDs for use in another part of your spreadsheet, you can use the CUBESET function to create a new column of IDs. The CUBESET function takes three arguments: the first argument is the range of cells from which to create the set of unique values, the second argument is the number of values to include in the set, and the third argument is the position in the range of the first value to include in the set.

When you should not use CUBESET in Excel is when you have a list of data that is not in sequential order. For example, if you have a list of customer names and their corresponding account numbers, you would use CUBESET to create a PivotTable. However, if you have a list of customer account numbers and you want to create a PivotTable of the customers' names, you would not use CUBESET because the customer account numbers are not in sequential order.

The Excel CUBESET function calculates the intersection of a set of arrays. The following are some similar formulae to CUBESET in Excel:

CUBEVALUE: Calculates the value of a cube or array

CUBERANK: Returns the rank of a cube or array

CUBESUM: Returns the sum of a cube or array

CUBESUMPRODUCT: Returns the sum of the products of the elements in a cube or array

CUBEKP: Returns the kth power of the elements in a cube or array

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