Using INDEX & MATCH With MAX And LARGE

Mar 31, 2008

I have an Excel sheet on which I need to calculate the largest, 2nd largest and 3rd largest volumes from the range of data.

I've done this using an INDEX and MATCH formula to return the Status # for the largest, 2nd and 3rd largest volumes. So the formulas are:

Rank 1
=INDEX(B3:G3,MATCH(MAX(B3:G3),B3:G3,0))

Rank 2
=INDEX(B3:G3,MATCH(LARGE(B3:G3,2),B3:G3,0))

Rank 3
=INDEX(B3:G3,MATCH(LARGE(B3:G3,3),B3:G3,0))

However when the volumes are the same the formula returns the same Status # for both. For example below, for Site 1; Status 3 is ranked 1st and then Status 1 is ranked 2nd, for the 3rd rank, the formula is returning Status 1 again.

Is there any way of changing the formula to return Status 4 as the 3rd ranked instead of returning Status 1 again?

Status 1Status 2Status 3Status 4Status 5Status 6Rank 1Rank 2Rank 3Site 18655802Status 3Status 1Status 1Site 241818691Status 2Status 2Status 5Site 389126220Status 5Status 3Status 2Site 43591872Status 4Status 3Status 5Site 51650015Status 1Status 2Status 2

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B1:

[Code]....

C1:

[Code]....

Warehouse S/S %
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WH 2 57.14%
WH 3 0.00%
WH 4 50.00%
WH 5 100.00%
WH 6 60.00%
WH 7 33.33%
WH 8 66.67%
WH9 60.00%
WH 10 63.64%
WH 11 78.57%
WH 12 55.56%
WH 13 42.86%
WH 14 71.43%
WH 15 61.54%
WH 16 71.43%

Attached File: Book1.xlsx‎

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------------------------------------------------
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