# How to Use PERCENTRANK in Google Sheets in 2020?

PERCENTRANKReturns the percentage rank (percentile) of a specified value in a dataset.

Sample Usage

PERCENTRANK(A2:A100,A2)

PERCENTRANK(A2:A100,1,7)

Syntax

PERCENTRANK(data, value, [significant_digits])

data – The array or range containing the dataset to consider.
value – The value whose percentage rank will be determined.
significant_digits – [ OPTIONAL – 3 by default ] – The number of significant figures to use in the calculation.

Notes

If data does not contain value in any cell or element, PERCENTRANK will return the #N/A error.
If a number less than or equal to 0 is used for significant_digits then this value will be ignored and the default number of significant digits will be used instead.

PERCENTRANK.INC: Returns the percentage rank (percentile) from 0 to 1 inclusive of a specified value in a dataset.

PERCENTRANK.EXC: Returns the percentage rank (percentile) from 0 to 1 exclusive of a specified value in a dataset.

SMALL: Returns the nth smallest element from a data set, where n is user-defined.

RANK: Returns the rank of a specified value in a dataset.

QUARTILE: Returns a value nearest to a specified quartile of a dataset.

PERCENTILE: Returns the value at a given percentile of a dataset.

MINA: Returns the minimum numeric value in a dataset.

MIN: Returns the minimum value in a numeric dataset.

MEDIAN: Returns the median value in a numeric dataset.

MAXA: Returns the maximum numeric value in a dataset.

MAX: Returns the maximum value in a numeric dataset.

LARGE: Returns the nth largest element from a data set, where n is user-defined.

AVERAGEA: Returns the numerical average value in a dataset.

AVERAGE: The AVERAGE function returns the numerical average value in a dataset, ignoring text.

Examples