PERCENTRANK.EXC Function in Excel

PERCENTRANK.EXC Function in Excel calculates the relative position of a specified value i.e., rank of specified value in terms of percentage between 0 and 1 with both values are exclusive, within a set of values.

Syntax of PERCENTRANK.EXC Function in Excel

PERCENTRANK.EXC (array, x, [significance])
• array – The array of values within which you want to find the relative position of a specific value.
• x – The value for which you want to calculate the relative position (rank as percentage) of.
• [significance] – Number of significant digits that the returned percentage value is rounded to. (By default the returned percentage value is rounded to 3 digits).

Example of PERCENTRANK.EXC Function in Excel • The above PERCENTRANK.EXC Function in Excel, calculates the rank of values in terms of percentage between 0 and 1 with both the values are exclusive.
• Supplied value should be within the range of the values in the supplied array
• If the value is not found in the array, the array values are interpolated to calculate the percentage rank.
• In Row number 12, value 1000 is passed as an input x, so the percentile rank is interpolated to 3.7% for value 1000.

Now select all the values from B2:B12. From the drop down click percentage as shown below so that all the values are presented in percentage So finally it will be looking like NOTE:

#NUM! – Error occurs if

• The supplied [significance] value is < 1
• The supplied array is empty.

#N/A – Error occurs if the supplied value of x is smaller than the minimum, or greater than the maximum value in the supplied array.