How to Use AGGREGATE instead of SUBTOTAL in MS Excel 2010
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The functions are:
AVERAGE -- find the mean of a data set in a column.
COUNT -- count the number of numbers in a column.
COUNTA -- count the number of non-empty cells in a column.
MAX -- find the max of a data set in a column
MIN -- find the minimum value in a data set in a column
PRODUCT -- Multiply all the values in a column.
STDEV.S -- standard deviation of a sample set
STDEV.P-- standard deviation of a population
SUM -- add values in a column
VAR.S -- variance for a sample data set.
VAR.P-- variance for the population.
MEDIAN -- median value positionally in the middle.
MODE.SNGL -- New Excel 2010 MODE function -- the one that occurs most frequenctly.
LARGE -- find the 2nd, or 3rd, etc. Largest value in a data set.
SMALL -- find the 2nd, or 3rd, etc. smallest value in a data set.
PERCENTILE.INC -- Percentile the old Excel method (inclusive)
QUARTILE.INC -- Quartile the old Excel method (inclusive)
PERCENTILE.EXC -- Percentile the new Excel method (exclusive)
QUARTILE.EXC -- Quartile the new Excel method (exclusive)