One way to use QUARTILE.EXC in Google Sheets is to find the quartiles for a set of data. You can do this by entering the data into a spreadsheet and using the QUARTILE.EXC function to calculate the quartiles. The QUARTILE.EXC function takes a single argument, which is the array of numbers that you want to calculate the quartiles for. The function will return an array of quartile values.
QUARTILE.EXC takes a single numerical input and outputs the quartile of that number that is less than or equal to the input. The syntax is:
QUARTILE.EXC is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the quartile of a data set. The function takes two arguments: the first argument is the data set, and the second argument is the quartile you want to calculate. The function will return the quartile you specify, as well as the lower and upper quartiles of the data set.
There are a few occasions where you should not use QUARTILE.EXC in Google Sheets. For example, if you have a list of numbers that are not evenly divisible by four, the quartile function will not return the correct value. Additionally, if you have a list of text values rather than numbers, the quartile function will also not return the correct value.
QUARTILE.EXC is a similar formula to QUARTILE.INC in Google Sheets. QUARTILE.EXC returns the quartile of a given set of numbers that are greater than or equal to the value in the first argument and less than the value in the second argument. The returned quartile is the median of the given set of numbers.