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## How to get the decimal part of numbers in a data set

Identifying the detail level of values in a data set can be useful for analysis of results. This simple trick can help you separate the decimal values from the numbers for evaluation. Syntax =number – TRUNC(number) (only for positive numbers) =number –...

## How to shorten a number and get the integer value

Do you need to shorten number, but not round them? Need to find the nearest INTeger or TRUNCate numbers in Excel? Yep, Excel has two functions that do exactly that! You can shorten numbers using the TRUNC and INT functions while preserving the original value, without...

## How to rank data in Excel tables

Sure, it’s easy to find the highest or smallest values in a data set. But what if you’re looking for the 3rd, 10th, 20th rank in a large table, or need to do this in ascending and descending order? Luckily, Excel features a formula that does just that....

## How to use multiple IF functions

The IF function is great for creating a logic statement. But IF is an either/or argument, what if you need more alternatives? Combining several IF statements in a nested structure can help overcome this. Syntax =IF(first logical test, do something if first test is...

## How to calculate weighted average with SUMPRODUCT

A final exam is worth more in terms of graduation score and the term weighed average becomes relevant. In such cases, SUMPRODUCT formula can help calculate the weighed totals of a data set. In our example, test scores of 3 candidates are being compared. Although...

## How to COUNT values between two dates

A quick and easy way to count between dates is by using the COUNTIFS formula. Create formula-based filters, find your sales figures, or organize your tables in no time. Syntax =COUNTIFS(date range, >=minimum date, date range, <=minimum range) Steps Type...

## How to SUM values if date is less than

How much did you spend until last year, or what is the total of X until Y? SUMIF and SUMIFS functions can help you to sum values in your data tables. Syntax =SUMIFS(values to sum range, date range, <maximum date) =SUMIF(date range, <maximum date, values to sum...

## How to SUM values if date is greater than

Using the versatile SUMIF function, see how you can create cell totals from a certain date. Creating a YTD (year-to-date) reports has never been easier. Syntax =SUMIFS(values to sum range, date range, >minimum date) =SUMIF(date range, >minimum date, values to...

## How to SUM values between two dates using SUMIFS formula

Be it for budgeting, reporting, or analysis, you can easily sum data within a date range using the SUMIFS formula. SUMIFS is an extended form of SUMIF formula where you can enter multiple criteria. Syntax =SUMIFS(values to sum range, date range, >=minimum date,...