I am trying to generate a list of the 5 highest and 5 lowest numbers from a list of scores that range from 1 to 10. I have found the highest and lowest absolute values (numbers over 7.5, and less than 5, out of 10), but I would also like to generate the 5 highest and lowest relative numbers, ie. if there are no scores over 7.5, then the 5 next highest numbers. I have used if/then formulas for the absolute highest and lowest numbers, and a rank/countif formula to rank them. I have no idea how to generate a list of the "relative strengths and weaknesses".
I have A bunch of numbers going up to 4.0 from 0.0 how can i get it so that it takes the number and the name beside it and buts it in a colume from 1 to ..... complete ex) David 1.5 Jon 3.5 Sally 4.0 Susan 3.24 Fred 2.99
I am looking for a way to find a highest (and/or) lowest value in a list of numbers. The list keeps getting longer and after a certain point I will need the 2 highest (or lowest), then the 3 highest (or lowest). I know MIN and MAX will find the high and low, but how do I find the 2nd highest, etc?
Sheet one has dates, my prices on each of those days, and the fields h1 h2 h3 h4 (h1 is the closest higher number, h2 is the next closet higher number, etc.) and l1 l2 l3 l4 (l1 is the closest lower number, etc. etc.)
Sheet two has certain dates and prices of a competitor's prices.
What I'm trying to do is two things (see attached): 1) find the four closest higher and four closest lower prices (if available) 2) use only the prices that are on or before the date in question.
I've tried combinations like LARGE and OFFSET and so far it is not getting me anywhere.
I am currently trying to display a number from a column of data, where the number is the smallest, then the second smallest (third, fourth and fifth where applicable). When using =small, I am able to display the second smallest number, but when the list contains duplicates, the second smallest figure often matches the smallest. I am having the same problem with =large. I have tried to combat this by using an IF statement, but am only able to place so many arguments into the formula before excel is unable to perform the formula. This is also proving quite lengthy :o(
I have a list of numbers in cells A1:A10, these numbers change frequently. I would like to set up a formula to calculate the 3 lowest values from those numbers and list the three lowest values in cells J1:J3, with lowest value on J1 and the highest of the 3 values in J3.
I know I can use the small/large functions for this, but im not sure how to work it out to use just the 3 lowest values.
I am looking for a formula to extract numbers from a list in descending order. As the list may have more than one entry of the same number the formula i need should only show one of that particular number.
I am trying to do is rank the value in column G from the highest positive value to the lowest and then the highest or largest negative to the lowest or smallest negative in that order. The way it is arranged/sorted in the attachment is exactly how it should be for this example. However, the ranking formula does not work? What it needs to do is show the value in cell H13 as the 6th ranking and not the 13th?
I have a list full of different IDs with different version numbers (This format: AKH123.1).
I'm trying to clean the list - removing all duplicate IDs but leaving only the largest version number.
I managed to remove the last digit using LEN/VLOOKUP and removing duplicates, but leaving only the largest version number is too tricky for me. I've thought about trying something with LARGE but can't wrap my mind around it.
My thought process went like this: I want to find all occurrences of "AKH123" and return the largest one.
The list contains about 8000 entries and this would save en enormous amount of work.
I have a data listed from A1 to G1. What I want to do is
Check out all the numbers written in those cells, take the highest number among and write to the following cell (lets say A3) also Check out all the numbers written in those cells, take the lowest number among and write to the following cell (lets say A4)
I have a data that needs to be ranked from highest to lowest. I used the Rank function to do this.After getting the rank, i need to consolidate the data by highest to lowest rank, while simultaneously getting the values of the column on the same row.
I used the index and the match function. And i was able to do that, but the problem is there are items that have the same rank. how do i consolidate the data from highest to lowest even if with same ranks?
how can I get excel to show the highest and lowest figures in a range to display in another 2 cells. Can this be done without having to sort the data and remove all of the other rows except highest and lowest. I am using Excel 2003.
I need to do conditional formatting based on the highest percentage (value) in each row.
[1st highest value (green coloring), 2nd highest (Orange color), 3rd highest (blue coloring), if it has the letters "NT" then (Red color)]
But to break the tie, if the value of the 1st column is equal to the value of the 2nd column, 1st will be considered as the highest value. If the value of the 2nd column is equal to the value of the 3rd column will be considered 2nd largest value.
For a competition with a lot of participants I'd like to make subtotals of the score. The participant with the highest weight gets 1 point, the second highest gets 2 points, ... and so on. How do I make a formula in the points column with this exercise?
I am looking for formulas for cells B21 and B22 that will return the value from column A corresponding to the occurence of the highest/lowest value of Index compared to cell B:19, that is, the most recent Index data.
This seems to be an excellent candidate for LOOKUP as the data in Column A are unique and sorted.
Then, we have cells B:25 and B:28. On what "Week Ending" did the Min/Max value occurred?
Bonus Question, if Excel encounters more than 1 value that satisfies the formula, what happens?
I have a sheet of about 15000 rows made up of about 1300 groups( events) and 40 columns, a miniature of which is attached.
In column1 I have the event identifier,column 2 contains a score or rating for each contestant in each event.,in column 3 there is a code for each competitor,either orange or pink.There will be at least 1 orange and 1 pink in each event.
column 4 is the one I want to create by formula,the lowest pink in each event divided by the highest orange. I have titled this column the spread. I have filled column 4 manually to illustrate what I mean.