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How to Count Unique Values in Excel

How to Count Unique Values in Excel

There are a few ways to count unique values in Excel. One way is to use the COUNTIF function. The COUNTIF function counts the number of cells in a range that contain a specific value. The range can be a column or a row. The function can also be used to count the number of cells that are not equal to a specific value. The following example counts the number of unique values in the column A.

=COUNTIF(A:A,A)

This function will count the number of times the value in A appears in the column A.

Another way to count the number of unique values in a column is to use the FREQUENCY function. The FREQUENCY function counts the number of times a value appears in a range of cells. The range can be a column or a row. The following example counts the number of unique values in the column A.

=FREQUENCY(A:A)

This function will count the number of times the value in A appears in the column A.

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