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Thread: Calculating Percentile

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    Default Calculating Percentile

    Hello,

    I have a set data points (nearly 5000). I have to find 25 percentile, 50 percentile and 75 percentile. Can some one help me on the logic?

    Thanks in advance


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    Have you tried Wiki?
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