Using the Excel LARGE Function
SummaryThe Excel LARGE function returns the k-th largest value in a data set. Use LARGE to return a value based on its relative standing, such as first, second, or third.
Syntax=LARGE (array, k)
Required. An array or range of data for which you want to return the k-th largest value.
Required. The position, from the largest, in the array or range of data that should be returned.
Usage NotesLARGE will return a value based on its position in a list when sorted by value. It returns the k-th largest value. For example, the 3rd largest, 5th largest, etc.
LARGE is similar to SMALL, in that both function return a value based on their position in a list that has been sorted by value.
An empty array will cause the function to return the #NUM! error value.
The #NUM! error is also returned if k <= 0 or if k is greater than the number of data points.