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PERCENTRANK.EXC: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use PERCENTRANK.EXC in Excel?

The PERCENTRANK.EXC function in Excel calculates the percentage rank of a value in a list of values. The function takes two arguments: the value to be ranked and an array of values. The function returns the rank of the value in the array, relative to the other values in the array. If the value is not in the array, the function returns the #N/A error.

What is the syntax of PERCENTRANK.EXC in Excel?

The syntax of PERCENTRANK.EXC in Excel is as follows:

=PERCENTRANK.EXC(number,ref_array,array_range)

This function calculates the percentage rank of a number within a reference array, and returns the result as a number. The number argument is the value for which you want to calculate the percentage rank. The ref_array argument is the range of cells that contains the numbers for which you want to calculate the percentage rank. The array_range argument is the range of cells that contains the reference array.

What is an example of how to use PERCENTRANK.EXC in Excel?

The Excel function PERCENTRANK.EXC can be used to calculate the percent rank of a value in a data set. The percent rank is the percentage of values in the data set that are less than the given value. The function takes two arguments: the value to calculate the percent rank for and the data set to calculate the percent rank for. The function returns a number between 0 and 1, with 0 indicating that the given value is the smallest value in the data set and 1 indicating that the given value is the largest value in the data set.

An example of how to use the PERCENTRANK.EXC function in Excel would be to calculate the percent rank of the value "50" in a data set of numbers ranging from 1 to 100. The PERCENTRANK.EXC function would return a value of 0.5, indicating that the value "50" is the 50th smallest value in the data set.

When should you not use PERCENTRANK.EXC in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use the PERCENTRANK.EXC function in Excel. First, the function should not be used if you have a blank cell in your data set. Second, the function should not be used if you have duplicate values in your data set. Finally, the function should not be used if you have text values in your data set.

What are some similar formulae to PERCENTRANK.EXC in Excel?

PERCENTRANK.EXC is a formula used in Excel to calculate the percentage rank of a value in a list of values. It is similar to the PERCENTILE.EXC formula, which calculates the percentile rank of a value in a list of values. The PERCENTILE.EXC formula is similar to the PERCENTILE.INC formula, which calculates the percentile rank of a value in a list of values. The PERCENTILE.INC formula is similar to the RANK.AVG formula, which calculates the rank of a value in a list of values. The RANK.AVG formula is similar to the RANK.EQ formula, which calculates the rank of a value in a list of values.

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