The PERCENTILE.INC function in Excel is used to calculate the percentile rank of a value within a given dataset. The function takes in an input value and a dataset, and then calculates the rank of the input value within the dataset. If the input value is not found within the dataset, then the function returns the value #N/A.
The syntax of PERCENTILE.INC in Excel is as follows:
array is the array of numbers for which you want to find the kth percentile
k is the percentile you want to find
The PERCENTILE.INC function in Excel allows you to find the percentile rank of a value within a set of values. This function is especially useful for ranking data, as it allows you to find the rank of a specific value without having to compare it to every other value in the set. The syntax for the PERCENTILE.INC function is as follows:
The value argument is the value for which you want to find the percentile rank, and the array argument is the set of values that you want to compare the value against.
There are a few instances when you should not use the PERCENTILE.INC function in Excel. First, the function should not be used with an empty array. Additionally, the function should not be used with a text string. Finally, the function should not be used with a zero value.
PERCENTILE.INC is a formula used in Excel to calculate the percentile rank of a value in a given set of data. It takes into account the number of values in the set and the position of the value in question. A similar formula to PERCENTILE.INC is PERCENTILE.EQ, which calculates the percentile rank of a value in a given set of data using the value's position in the set as the only criterion. Another similar formula is QUANTILE.INC, which calculates the quartile rank of a value in a given set of data.