`COUNT`

is a function to return the amount of items that can be coerced to a number in a dataset. It can take an arbitrary number of optional arguments.

**Function group:** Statisticalâ€‹

`COUNT(arg1, [arg2...])`

Arguments | Description |

| A number, string or an array of numbers or strings (or any value that can be parsed into a number). |

| Optional. Same requirements as |

Let's say we're given a response with the following lists of driver IDs:

{"data": {"driver_performance_ratings": {"highest": 98,"lowest": 20,"fleet": [30,60,55,99]}}}

If we want to find the amount of highest rated drivers and the lowest rated drivers, use the following function.

# Find the number of highest and lowest rated drivers.COUNT(data.driver_performance_ratings.highest,data.driver_performance_ratings.lowest)â€‹# Returns 2

If we wanted to find the number of highest and lowest rated drivers using the fleet array, use the following function.

COUNT(data.driver_performance_ratings.highest,data.driver_performance_ratings.lowest,data.driver_performance_ratings.fleet)â€‹# Returns 6