Description: Index definition is - a list (as of bibliographical information or citations to a body of literature) arranged usually in alphabetical order of some specified datum (such as author, subject, or keyword): such as. How to …
2. Index Synonyms, Index Antonyms | Merriam-Webster …
Description: 14 synonyms of index from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 12 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for index. Index: an arrow-shaped piece on a dial or scale for registering information.
3. Index - definition of index by The Free Dictionary
Description: Define index. index synonyms, index pronunciation, index translation, English dictionary definition of index. n. pl. in·dex·es or in·di·ces 1. Something that serves to guide, point out, or otherwise facilitate reference, especially: a. An alphabetized list of names,...
Description: The result of the INDEX function is a reference and is interpreted as such by other formulas. Depending on the formula, the return value of INDEX may be used as a reference or as a value. For example, the formula CELL("width",INDEX(A1:B2,1,2)) is equivalent to CELL("width",B1). The CELL function uses the return value of INDEX as a cell reference.
Description: Index definition, (in a nonfiction book, monograph, etc.) a more or less detailed alphabetical listing of names, places, and topics along with the numbers of the pages on which they are mentioned or discussed, usually included in or constituting the back matter. See more.
Description: An index is used to speed up searching in the database. An index can be used to efficiently find all rows matching some column in your query and then walk through only that subset of the table to find exact matches.
Description: The definition of an index is a guide, list or sign, or a number used to measure change. An example of an index is a list of employee names, addresses and phone numbers. An example of an index is a stock market index which is based on a standard set at a particular time.
Description: There are three main types of indexes: price-weighted, value-weighted, and pure unweighted. With a price-weighted index, the index trading price is based on the trading prices of the individual securities (stocks) that comprise the index basket (known as components).
Description: Definition of index. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a list (as of bibliographical information or citations to a body of literature) arranged usually in alphabetical order of some specified datum (such as author, subject, or keyword): such as.