# WorksheetFunction.Rank_Eq (Excel)

Returns the rank of a number in a list of numbers. The rank of a number is its size relative to other values in a list. If you were to sort the list, the rank of the number would be its position.

If the order is 0 (zero) or omitted, Microsoft Excel ranks the number as if the reference were a list sorted in descending order. If the order is any non-zero value, Excel ranks the number as if the reference were a list sorted in ascending order. Rank_Eq gives duplicate numbers the same rank. However, the presence of duplicate numbers affects the ranks of subsequent numbers. For example, in a list of integers sorted in ascending order, if the number 10 appears twice and has a rank of 5, 11 would have a rank of 7 (no number would have a rank of 6). For some purposes you might want to use a definition of rank that takes ties into account. In the previous example, you would want a revised rank of 5.5 for the number 10. To do this, add the following correction factor to the value returned by Rank_Eq. This correction factor is appropriate both for the case where rank is computed in descending order (order = 0 or omitted) or ascending order (order = nonzero value).

**Rank_Eq** (Arg1, Arg2, Arg3)

```
Dim dblArg1 As Double: dblArg1 =
Dim dblRank_Eq As Double
dblRank_Eq = WorksheetFunction.Rank_Eq(Arg1:=dblArg1, Arg2:=)
```

## Arguments

Arg1, Arg2, Arg3Arg1 (Double) - Number - The number whose rank you want to find.

Arg2 (Range) - Ref - An array of, or a reference to, a list of numbers. Non-numeric values in reference are ignored.

Arg3 - Order - A number that specifies how to rank the number