If you are looking for some special tricks to calculate cumulative relative frequency in Excel, youâ€™ve come to the right place. There are numerous ways to calculate cumulative relative frequency in Excel. This article will discuss four suitable examples to calculate cumulative relative frequency in Excel. Letâ€™s follow the complete guide to learn all of this.

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## What Is Cumulative Relative Frequency?

The **relative frequency** is expressed as a percentage of the overall number of data. By dividing the frequency by the whole number of items, you can **determine the relative frequency** of each value. By adding all the frequencies from the preceding row to the relative frequency of the subsequent row, you can determine the cumulative frequency.

## 4 Suitable Examples to Calculate Cumulative Relative Frequency in Excel

We will use four effective examples to calculate cumulative relative frequency in Excel. This section provides extensive details on four examples. You should learn and apply all of these, as they improve your thinking capability and Excel knowledge.

### 1. Cumulative Relative Frequency of COVID-19 Vaccine Status

Here, we will demonstrate how to calculate cumulative relative frequency in Excel. Let us first introduce you to our Excel dataset so that you are able to understand what we are trying to accomplish with this article. The following dataset contains the age and frequency of COVID-19 vaccine status in the ABC state. We are going to calculate cumulative relative frequency. Here, we will use** the SUM function**. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to calculate cumulative relative frequency.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- First of all, to calculate the total frequency, we wil luse the following formula in the cell
**C13:**

`=SUM(C5:C12)`

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, to calculate the relative frequency, we will use the following formula in the cell
**D5:**

`=C5/$C$13`

- Then, press
**Enter**.

- Next, drag the
**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Relative FrequencyÂ**column.

- Now, copy the data from cell
**D5**and paste it onto cell**E5**. - Next, to calculate cumulative relative frequency, we will use the following formula in cell
**E6:**

`=E5+D6`

- Press
**Enter**.

** **

- Next, select cell
**E6**and drag the**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Cumulative****Relative FrequencyÂ**column.

This is how we will be able to create the cumulative relative frequency of the above dataset of COVID-19 Vaccine Status of ABC State.

- Now we want to create two different charts, one is for relative frequency, and the other is for cumulative relative frequency. To create a chart for relative frequency, select the range of data and go to the
**Insert**tab. Next, select the**Clustered Column**chart.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

- To modify the chart style, select
**Chart****Design**and then, select your desired**Style 9**option from the**Chart StylesÂ**group.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

- To create a chart for cumulative relative frequency, select the range of data and go to the
**Insert**tab**.**Next, select the**Clustered Column**chart.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

- To modify the chart style, select
**Chart****Design**and then, select your desired**Style 9**option from the**Chart StylesÂ**group.

- As a result, you will get the following chart.

**Note:**

Following the above method, you can calculate Cumulative frequency distribution and able to make a **relative frequency histogram** in Excel. To make a Relative frequency histogram you have to select the data of columns **B** and** C**, then go to the **Insert **tab. Next, select the **Histogram **chart.

**Read More:** **How to Calculate Cumulative Frequency Percentage in Excel (6 Ways)**

### 2. Cumulative Relative Frequency of COVID-19 Death

Here, we will demonstrate another example of calculating cumulative relative frequency in Excel. The following dataset contains the week and frequency of COVID-19 death of the ABC state. We are going to calculate cumulative relative frequency. Here, we will use** the SUM function**. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to calculate cumulative relative frequency.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- First of all, to calculate the total frequency, we wil luse the following formula in the cell
**C13:**

`=SUM(C5:C12)`

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, to calculate the relative frequency, we will use the following formula in the cell
**D5:**

`=C5/$C$13`

- Then, press
**Enter**.

- Next, drag the
**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Relative FrequencyÂ**column.

- Now, copy the data from cell
**D5**and paste it onto cell**E5**. - Next, to calculate cumulative relative frequency, we will use the following formula in cell
**E6:**

`=E5+D6`

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, drag the
**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Cumulative****Relative FrequencyÂ**column.

This is how we will be able to create the cumulative relative frequency of the above dataset of COVID-19 Vaccine Death of ABC State.

- Now we want to create a chart for relative frequency. To create a chart for relative frequency, select the range of data and go to the
**Insert**tab**.**Next, select the**3-D Pie**chart.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

- To modify the chart style, select
**Chart****Design**and then, select your desired**Style 9**option from the**Chart Styles**group.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

**Read More: ****How to Make Frequency Distribution Table in Excel (4 Easy Ways)**

### 3. Cumulative Relative Frequency of Final Exam Result

Here, we will demonstrate another example of calculating cumulative relative frequency in Excel. The following dataset contains the number and frequency of final exam results of X school. We are going to calculate cumulative relative frequency. Here, we will use** the SUM function**. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to calculate cumulative relative frequency.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- Firstly, to calculate the total frequency, we wil luse the following formula in the cell
**C13:**

`=SUM(C5:C12)`

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, to calculate the relative frequency, we will use the following formula in the cell
**D5:**

`=C5/$C$13`

- Then, press
**Enter**.

- Next, drag the
**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Relative FrequencyÂ**column.

- Now, copy the data from cell
**D5**and paste it onto cell**E5**. - Next, to calculate cumulative relative frequency, we will use the following formula in cell
**E6:**

`=E5+D6`

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, drag the
**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Cumulative****Relative FrequencyÂ**column.

This is how we will be able to create the cumulative relative frequency of the above dataset of the Final Result of X School.

- Now we want to create a chart for relative frequency. To create a chart for relative frequency, select the range of data and go to the
**Insert**tab**.**Â Next, select the**Clustered Column**chart.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

- To modify the chart style, select
**Chart****Design**and then, select your desired**Style 9**option from the**Chart StylesÂ**group.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

**Read More: ****How to Do a Frequency Distribution on Excel (3 Easy Methods)**

### 4. Cumulative Relative Frequency of Products for a Shop

Here, we will demonstrate another example of calculating cumulative relative frequency in Excel. The following dataset contains the week and frequency of product data of X shop. We are going to calculate cumulative relative frequency. Here, we will use** the SUM function**. Letâ€™s walk through the steps to calculate cumulative relative frequency.

**ðŸ“Œ Steps:**

- First of all, to calculate the total frequency, we wil luse the following formula in the cell
**C13:**

`=SUM(C5:C12)`

- Press
**Enter**.

- Next, to calculate the relative frequency, we will use the following formula in the cell
**D5:**

`=C5/$C$13`

- Then, press
**Enter**.

- Next, drag the
**Fill Handle**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Relative Frequency**column.

- Now, copy the data from cell
**D5**and paste it onto cell**E5**. - Next, to calculate cumulative relative frequency, we will use the following formula in cell
**E6:**

`=E5+D6`

- Press
**Enter**.

** **

- Next, drag the
**Fill HandleÂ**icon. - As a consequence, you will get the following
**Cumulative****Relative Frequency**column.

This is how we will be able to create the cumulative relative frequency of the above dataset of Product data of X Shop.

- Now we want to create a chart for relative frequency. To create a chart for relative frequency, select the range of data and go to the
**Insert**tab. Next, select the**Clustered Column**chart.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

- To modify the chart style, select
**Chart****Design**and then, select your desired**Style 9**option from the**Chart StylesÂ**group.

- As a consequence, you will get the following chart.

## ðŸ’¬ Things to Remember

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When you divide each frequency by total frequency to calculate relative frequency, you need to make the total frequency cell an absolute cell reference.

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You have to adjust row height after following each method.

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When you are going to calculate the relative frequency, at first you need to enter a formula in cell **E6**, then you need to drag the **Fill handle** icon from cell** E6**. If you select cells **E5** and **E6 **and drag the **Fill handle** icon, you will not get the proper cumulative relative frequency.

## Conclusion

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