How to calculate rank percentile of a list in Excel?
If you usually use Conditional Formatting’s Icon Set, you must know the Icon Set are based on each value’s percentile. However, do you know how to calculate the rank percentile of each value in an Excel list?
To calculate the rank percentile of a list data, you can use a formula.
Select a blank cell that you will place the rank percentile at, type this formula =RANK.EQ(B2,$B$2:$B$9,1)/COUNT($B$2:$B$9), press Enter key and drag fill handle down to calculate all rank percentiles.
In the formula, B2 is the first cell you use in the data list, B2:B9 is the list you use.
Note: If calculation results are not displaying as percentages, please select these calculations results, and then click Home > Percent Style. See screenshot:
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