**Rational**

Return the count of each value occurs in range.

**Description**

The Excel FREQUENCY function returns the total number of occurrences of a value in a given bin of data set. For example, if A1:A300 contains a list of numbers ranging between 1-100 and user wants to find the occurrence within 11 to 20 bins.

**Syntax**

=FREQUENCY(data_array, bins_array)

**Parameters **

**data_array **– Range of data to get the frequency from.

**bins_array** – A series of Interval (bins) that divide the entire range of value.

**Return Value**

Count of values per bin

## Key Notes

- The FREQUENCY function is an Array function that returns multiple results falling between each bin at once.
- The Excel COUNTIF or COUNTIFS function is alternative to the FREQUENCY function.
- The function ignores empty cells and text in
*data_array.* **Note:**The function returns the**top of each bin**; like a 20 bin is for holding the count of how many values fall between 11 and 20.- Caution: Make sure the bin values are in ascending order.
- Cannot change part of the Array formula i.e., one cell of a range. You have to update from the first cell and then
**Ctrl+Shift+Enter.** - Select all Excel cell in advance to return value.
In the case of a duplicate bin, the function returns zero for the next interval. This is an

**important aspect**which is used for creating a robust formula.The FREQUENCY function only returns results vertically i.e., all counts in one column. Use the TRANSPOSE function to get results horizontally.

## Keep Reading Similar Functions:

### SUBTOTAL

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### COUNTIFS

The COUNTIFS function returns a count of numbers based on one or multiple given criterion based on dates, numbers, and text.

### COUNTIF

The COUNTIF function returns a count of number based on given criteria like =COUNTIF(A1:A5,”>5″) that count numbers in the list >5 and returns 3.