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- (1) Summary. Suggest the following expanded text – “Calculates the rank of a given value within a supplied list of numbers. The rank of a number is its size relative to other values in the list; this means that if you sort the list, a number’s rank is its position within the sorted list.”.
- (2) Returns. It might be worth saying that the value returned is in the range 1 to the number of elements in the specified list of numbers.
- (3) Returns. The comma in this sentence appears to be unnecessary.
- (4) Arguments, Value. The comma in this sentence appears to be unnecessary.
- (5) Arguments, Type. Suggest changing “range” to “array” for consistency.
- (6) Arguments, 1st bullet. I think the approach taken for duplicates should be made clearer - it seems vital to understanding differences between RANK, RANK.EQ and RANK.AVG. I don't feel that the explanation inherited from the ODF is as clear as it could be.
- (7) Arguments, 2nd bullet. In “If Value”, should “Value” be in bold? Insert space before “(#VALUE!)”.
- (8) Arguments, general. What happens if Type contains something other than 0 or 1? What happens if the contents of Value or Data are not real numbers?
- (9) Examples, 3rd example. Insert space before “(default”.
- (10) Examples, general. Don’t we normally provide examples of error conditions?
- (11) General. Should this page identify differences from RANK.AVG and RANK.EQ?