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Categorising values in intervals

Is there a way in excel to categorise the values in interval and then show the count included in each interval. i.e, is possible in excel to derive intervals from raw values and to assign the frequency of each interval.

For example, in the attached screenshot, it is shown raw values from which intervals and their frequencies are derived.

Is there a way to do that automatically in excel?



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Perhaps the FREQUENCY function might help?
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Perhaps the FREQUENCY function might help?
Many thanks for the answer.

The issue here is how to get the interval written automatically along with their counts (screenshot is attached)? What Iím looking for is to derive the interval themselves (based on given break values) and their count.

What other option might be there?

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