Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video How to create frequency tabulations and distributions, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Teacher] I've got a list here in columns A, B, and C,…goes down to almost 1,000 rows, I'll click one of the cells…here, double-click the bottom edge, just down to row 998.…And we see state names in here, and they're repeating.…We want to know, for example,…how often Illinois appears in the list.…We eventually wanna know the sales for Illinois.…This covers dates throughout the year 2016.…Let's begin by simply creating a unique list…based on the data in column A.…And there are two major ways to approach this.…
One of these is by way of the Data tab…in the ribbon menu system, choose Advanced.…Now Excel usually, if you've got the data…highlighted, picks up the appropriate range.…Make sure this is correct, it is.…We want to use this Advanced filter…to copy results to another location.…And I'm selecting cell E1, I want the data to go there.…Unique records only.…If you are familiar with the Advanced filter feature,…most of the time, you need a criteria range.…We don't need that here.…
So we want to copy results to another location.…
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