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How to calculate Percentile based on Excel Percentile Rank function

Hi,

 

Can Anyone help me with percentile calculation based on the attach file? I just dont know how to use the PercentileRank.EXC function in qlikview to reach the desired percentage numbers in Qlikview.

 

The calculations are made in Excel but need a bit help to translate that into Qlikview.

 

Thanks,

 

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vinieme12
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Hi,

Attached app demonstrates working of both PercentRank and PercentRank.EXC functions

PercentRank.PNG

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Anil_Babu_Samineni

Try this way?

Fractile(Sum(Wand), 0.9) - For 90th Percentile

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Hi Loveisfail,

 Thanks for your reply. I am trying to get what is the percentile for a particular Wan Item than getting the 90th or other percentile. Is there any way i can achieve the numbers like this as mentioned in the excel file:

Wand Percentile71.4%
Wand of Sell Items Peer Group83.3%

 

At the end of the attached excel file has this calculations but with excel's own function. I would like to get the same numbers using Qlikview functions. Fractile function is not helping here. 

Is there any other way to do it?

Thanks.

tresesco
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I have written the expression for - 'Wand Percentile' in the attached sample and leaving it to you for the other part. Hope this helps.

 

If(ValueList('Wand Percentile', 'Wand of Sell Items Peer Group')
='Wand Percentile',
Count({<Wand={"<=$(=Only({<Item={'XYZ'}>} Wand))"}>}Item)
/
(
Count({<Wand={"<=$(=Only({<Item={'XYZ'}>} Wand))"}>}Item)
+
Count({<Wand={">=$(=Only({<Item={'XYZ'}>} Wand))"}>}Item)
)

Anil_Babu_Samineni

Is that last row is static or is that dynamic when filter happens?
Before develop something, think If placed (The Right information | To the right people | At the Right time | In the Right place | With the Right context)
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Hi Loveisfail, 

 

Last row should be dynamic. Instead of 'XYZ' it could be any value based on selections. But the peer items are constant.

 

Thanks,

Awal

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Hi Tresesco,

Thanks for your reply.

What if the Last row is dynamic? Meaning that if i select any item from the list box, then how the calculation likely to change by selections?

Regards,

SA

 

tresesco
MVP
MVP

Try :

 

=Count({<Item,Wand={"<=$(=only(Wand))"}>}Item)
/
(
Count({<Item,Wand={"<=$(=only(Wand))"}>}Item)
+
Count({<Item,Wand={">=$(=only(Wand))"}>}Item)
)

 




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Hi, Tresesco,

 

The formula doesnt give me the correct value for XYZ. The number 71.4% shows as a total percentage when i select XYZ.

Still dont understand how the Excel PercentileRank formula works in qlikview.

Any help is appreciated.

 

Thanks,

BC

 

vinieme12
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Hi,

Attached app demonstrates working of both PercentRank and PercentRank.EXC functions

PercentRank.PNG

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