# Know About the Different Types of Excel Function

15 May 2023

Using the criteria you specify, the FILTER function "filters" a set of data. The output is a list of numbers that are exact matches within the given range. In layman's terms, the excel filter function applies one or more logical checks to a data set to get matching records. Since arguments and various forms of criterion-based formulae are typically included in logical tests, they are provided. Data from a specified year or month, including a certain string, or exceeding a certain threshold can all be matched using FILTER.

• Excel's "Count" Function:

Number counts are what you get back from count function in excel. Negative numbers, percentages, dates, times, fractions, and formulas yielding numbers are all examples of numbers. Cells with no data or text values are disregarded. The COUNT function counts the number of times a given input is a number. Value1, value2, value3, etc. are all valid inputs for the COUNT function. Up to 255 arguments may be used, all of which may be single hardcoded values, cell references, or ranges.

• Excel's Indexing Capability:

The excel index function finds the value in a range or array at a specific index. Individual values or entire rows and columns can be retrieved with INDEX. When combined with INDEX, the MATCH function can supply row and column numbers.

• Excel filter function:

The excel filter function sorts data according to user-specified criteria and returns only the relevant entries. Using the criteria you specify, the FILTER function "filters" a set of data. The output is a list of numbers that are exact matches within the given range. In layman's terms, the FILTER function applies one or more logical checks to a data set to get matching records.

• Excel Sumproduct:

The excel sumproduct function calculates the total product of a set of coordinates or an array of coordinates. Although multiplication is selected by default, other operations such as addition, subtraction, and division are also feasible.

• Excel roundup:

Excel roundup function will return a rounded value to the specified precision. ROUNDUP rounds all numbers up, while conventional rounding only rounds down values less than 5.

• Excel offset:

If you give excel offset function five parameters—a beginning cell, an offset in rows, an offset in columns, a height in rows, and a width in columns—it will return a reference to a range with those parameters as its components. When a calculation calls for a range of values, OFFSET comes in handy.

• Excel concatenate:

Excel concatenate function can connect or concatenate up to 30 values into a single string for output. The CONCAT and TEXTJOIN functions in Excel 2019 and later are superior and more versatile options.

• Excel mod function:

Excel mod function calculates the difference between two numbers. The sign of the divisor is preserved in the MOD result. The MOD operation requires two inputs, a numeric value, and a denominator. Division requires two numbers: the divisor and the dividend.

• Choose function excel:

Returns a single item from the list of value arguments using the given index_num. Depending on the index number, choose function excel can be used to select one of up to 254 possible options.