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Median values in a pivot table

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Fri 30 Oct 2009, 15:53 replyReply Delegate Anna said...

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Median values in a pivot table

Is there any way of getting median values into pivot tables?

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Sun 1 Nov 2009, 19:19 replyReply Trainer Simon said...

RE: Median values

Hi Anna,

Thank you for your question and welcome to the forum.

As far as I am concerned, there is no Median function available within Pivot tables.

If you go to the Pivot Table options and make sure enable drill down is selected.

Then double click on one of the data values to display the detailed records on another sheet. Then you can use the Median function on that data.

Alternatively, you could use the GetPivotData function to extract the data from your Pivot table to a new sheet.

I hope this answers your question.

Regards

Simon

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