With Pivot Tables, you can easily group by sales range, then create aggregate data based on your groups. And the best part, it can be done in just a few steps!
Here is our data table:
We want to use Pivot Tables to create a group by sales ranging between 10,000 to 100,000 and then get a count and sum of sales of these ranges. Following the step-by-step tutorial below this result can easily be achieved:
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STEP 1: Let us start with an empty Pivot Table. Drag Sales to Rows
STEP 2: Right-click on any Sales value and select Group
STEP 3: Let us set our group range to 10,000-100,000 with the groupings by 10,000. Click OK.
STEP 4: Now drag Sales to Values twice
STEP 5: We will get 2 similar columns. We want to have them show the Sum and Count.
Select any one of the columns and pick Value Field Settings
STEP 6: Select Sum and click OK
Now you are able to gather data based on the grouped sales figures!
You can use this method to group Pivot Table data by sales range, age, price range or any other numerical data!
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