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Hi,


Attached i have a list of values which i would like ranked from 0-10%, 10-20% etc

I need to be able to ascertain how many of the values are in the decile range 90-100%, 10-20% etc

I have had a crack using formula i found online, however i am finding values of 275 and 0 in the percentile 10, so something is not right

Can someone have a look and amend


Many thanks
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Phillip Burton earned 2000 total points
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You are missing dollar signs around the part of the formula that says A2. It should read:

=MAX(1,ROUNDUP(10*PERCENTRANK($A$2:$A$26875,A2,3),0))
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Thanks!
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