# Average Value But Ignore Zero

Nov 13, 2013I have specific cells A5, C5, D5, F5, H5 that I require and average value for but need to ignore those cells that have a zero value in the averaging.

View 5 RepliesI have specific cells A5, C5, D5, F5, H5 that I require and average value for but need to ignore those cells that have a zero value in the averaging.

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E11 through E24 contains numbers and a few errors (#N/A) that need to persist (the errors need to show).

E10 needs to show the average of the numbers that are in E11 through E24, and just ignore the errors.

I have many columns like that - where the errors need to show and I need to show an average of the number/values that do appear, ignoring the errors.

In column A I have

A1 = Monday

A2 = Tuesday

A3 = Wednesday

A4 = Thursday

A5 = Friday

B1 – B5 contains values, one of which is zero (b2)

I need to take the value in B5 then divide it by the average of B1:B4, however I need it to ignore the zero

I am making a summery table of lots of soil contaminant data.

In my summery table, for each determinand I want the average value automatically taken from data from a number of other tables within this same spreadsheet.

For example, for pH- I would average the pH value found in each table, from cell D6, G24 and AB9.

The problem:

Out of the three tables where I take each pH value from, on occasions only one will have a value- the other two will be "0".

How do I ensure that, when averages are taken, it will always ignore '0' values?

I am doing an average of a column of cells. How do I tell excel to ignore the blank cells in the column and not calculate them in the average?

View 9 Replies View Relatedi get a problem in preparing a roster i went to ignore blank cells in calculating rank. and also i went to make the sum to be empty is one of the cells in a range is zero

View 1 Replies View RelatedI have in column D starting D9, I have numbers starting at 1, and may finish at 100. But there could be duplicates, 1,2,3,3,4,5,6,6,7,7,8,9,10,10,11,12,13,.........

I would like to only copy the range D9 to H (End of column D), ignoring all the duplicate numbers, to another sheet.

So on the second sheet, it would be 1,2,3,4,5,6...... with the data copied from E,F,G and H.

i have two columns...a and b (a w/ names, and b w/grades). then i have the table lookup with names and grades all mixed up for many rows. i want to be able to average the grades with appropriate names.

=average(vlookup(name, table, column, false))?? i don't get it to work and how can i specify the grade to average?

TotHCInv.Value = WorksheetFunction. Sum(KRInv, PBLInv, CRInv, PVInv)

If i >= 34 Then CPSCtphRMA.Value = WorksheetFunction.Average("G" & (i - 30) & ":G" & i)

The first line runs properly, but the second line bugs out with the error message "Unable to get the Average property of the WorksheetFunction class". I can simply do the math, but I thought that using the worksheet function would be easier than summing and dividing. I'm curious, though, as to why I can't seem to use the Average function.

I am trying to figure the sum of cells B12:B28. However some of the cells in the range have a #N/A error due to a VLOOKUP function that is pulling data from a different sheet. Currently the data it is pulling is a blank cell, but will at some point have a value in it. How can I make the SUM function ignore the #N/A?

View 5 Replies View RelatedI have a column of numbers that are calculated by a formula that doesn't always come up with an answer and returns the value #NUM!. See the attached XLS. The answer to the sum function is always #NUM! if a #NUM! is included in column of values put into the SUM function. I currently work around this issue by redoing the column with the SUM statement to avoid the #NUM!'s. Is there a logical test that can be applied to solve this issue? an I add another column that reset the #NUM! to ZERO and then SUM that column?

View 4 Replies View RelatedI want formula to leave cell empty if there is 0 somewhere but to real value if there is something else.

So far I figured how to do the first part.

=IF(A1;"0";"")

I have Dynamic named ranges (SUMPV)

SUMPV is range I31:I300

I use the following formula to sum up.

=SUM(SUMPV)

The problem is that sume cells night produce #value thus giving an error in the Sum formula.

I tried the =SUMIF(SUMPV,"#N/A") but not working..

Can I get a minimum average and a maximum average, I have a worksheet with days of supply for 100 stores with about 100-200 products each, the dos resides in column D.

I was going to create a summary page and reference column d.

The following just gives me the min, I want the min average if possible:

I am attempting to calculate Grade point averages for my students for all classes. There are 5 columns of grades to be considered. I frist assign values of 0-5 to the grades then average the points. My problem is that I want the AVERAGE to ignore the zero but it calculates it as well. (I enter a 0 if I have no grade for that class.) I have tried the{ } to make it an array formula but this also did not work. Here is what I have, can anyone help?

=SUM(AVERAGE(IF(AND(L2>89,L2<100),5,IF(AND(L2<90,L2>79),4,IF(AND(L2>69,L2<80),3,IF(AND(L2<70,L2>59), 2,IF(AND(L2>0,L2<60),1,0))))),IF(AND(T2>89,T2<100),5,IF(AND(T2<90,T2>79),4,IF(AND(T2>69,T2<80),3,IF( AND(T2<70,T2>59),2,IF(AND(T2>0,T2<60),1,0))))),IF(AND(AB2>89,AB2<100),5,IF(AND(AB2<90,AB2>79),4,IF(A ND(AB2>69,AB2<80),3,IF(AND(AB2<70,AB2>59),2,IF(AND(AB2>0,AB2<60),1,0))))),IF(AND(AJ2>89,AJ2<100),5,I F(AND(AJ2<90,AJ2>79),4,IF(AND(AJ2>69,AJ2<80),3,IF(AND(AJ2<70,AJ2>59),2,IF(AND(AJ2>0,AJ2<60),1,0))))) ,IF(AND(AR2>89,AR2<100),5,IF(AND(AR2<90,AR2>79),4,IF(AND(AR2>69,AR2<80),3,IF(AND(AR2<70,AR2>59),2,IF (AND(AR2>0,AR2<60),1,0)))))),-1)

I know it is huge. The syntax is correct. It calculates the average, but always for all 5 columns. It will not ignore a 0 in a column.

I'm using the formula =AVERAGE(B16:L16) to give me the average.

However I have a couple of problems with this. Firstly I would like to exclude the value zero from the average. Secondly to also ignore the lowest and highest values.

Example, if the values in the cells are 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 then the current result shows 5, by ignoring the 0 and lowest value 1 and highest value 10 the average should be 4.5.

Ok, I for some reason just cant wrap my head around this. I need to to get the average time per call of two rows, but they are based on how many calls taken.

so in one column i have 50168 calls taken at 4:21 seconds per call. and in the next row i have 597 calls taken at 5:20 per call. I need to see what the new average will be with them combined, and I need it to display in m:ss form.

I am using a lookup function to return nalues to a column. Some of the values returned are ### and I cannot SUM this column. I either need to adjust the lookup formula to not return ### or adjust the SUM function to ignore ###.

View 5 Replies View RelatedI need the folwing formula to ignore any 0 in column Q, and rank only values of 1 or greater.

=RANK(Q6,$Q$6:$Q$20,1)

I have a huge data set that simplified looks like the one below.

I would like to write a vlookup formula that ignores vlookup-value="need manual input", "", and "N/A", and instead continue to find the next lookup value that is not equal to "". if no match at all or only match to "" or "need manual input" I want the output to be "need manual input"

So, in worksheet 1 cell B1 i want to generate value 73530C10 (lookup-table cannot be sorted)

Worksheet 1

A

1

Bob

2

John

[Code] ..........

Is there anyway I can change a sumproduct so that ig ignores any errors?

The formula I am using is:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(data!$L$2:$L$7441='Level 2'!$D3),--(data!$P$2:$P$7441='Level 2'!H$1))

How can I get this formula to ignore a zero value and continue looking to the left until it finds a whole number?

= LOOKUP(9.99999999999999E+307,N77:X77)

I have a small problem. Basically what I need to do is this: I'm setting the initial value of my combobox to say "Select a Payer". The combobox has a list of insurance payers. When one is selected by the user they click a button and on another sheet is displayed thier selection in a Pivot Table. Unfortunately, when the user selects nothing (the combobox stays at "Select a Payer") problems occurr.

What I want is to use if combobox1.value = "Select a Payer" then combobox1.value = {the first actual Payer in the list}. Index number 1 ?

I have a sheet (example attached) I need a formula to recognise only the numeric values either by automatically deleting the words or by entering the numbers in another corresponding sheet, either would do.

View 5 Replies View RelatedLet's say I have a set of values (A1:A10) where each contains a number, with a varied amount of decimal places (some may have 0, some may have 10)...how can I make a formula in cell B1 that averages A1:A10, ignoring the decimal places (rounding to the nearest whole number)

For example, if this was A1:A10

93.11

94

92.12321

95.1

96.7

98.1

99

100.03

88.6677

85.6675

If I did the Average (=AVG(A1:A10)), I would get 94.2498. But I don't want this, I want the formula to take into account the numbers rounded to the nearest whole number, meaning, I want to take the average of..

93

94

92

95

97

98

99

100

89

86

Which would give me a value of 94.3.. In this example, there isn't much of a difference, but I was simplifying the numbers for time sake

The summary page summarises the source data into how much revenue each department has made over 12 months.

However the formula in Summary worksheet column B will only total up the amounts if the month in the Source worksheet column B is the 1st of the month. How do I change the formula in Summary worksheet column B to purely go by month and ignore the day?

I am using the vlookup function to pull in values from another sheet that I will call sheet2. I am using a cell reference for the lookup value on sheet1.

On sheet1, the value in the reference cell has a superscript "1" that corresponds to a footnote at the bottom of the page. The corresponding lookup value on sheet2 does not have any superscript. Is it possible to make the vlookup function ignore the superscript for the purpose of the lookup?

I have several excel spreadsheets cataloging the right ascension transit times of various extrasolar planets. I need to convert all the times (in 24-hour format) from UT to PDT (that is, subtract seven hours). Unfortunately, each transit time is included in the same cell as the date the exoplanet's star is visible, like so:

http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/3998/transit.png

Now, I have a lot of data that I need to convert. I do not want to go through manually and change each cell's value manually. Unfortunately, I cannot figure out a way to use a formula to do so; I do not want to modify the date (the top value of each cell), and the colon separating hours from minutes screws up the rest of the formula.

So, how can I use excel to automatically subtract seven hours from the bottom value of each cell, without doing anything to the rest of the numbers in each cell?

To highlight largest and smallest values in a worksheet I have used large and small function to calculate and then and index to highlight name attached

View 2 Replies View RelatedSo I highlighted bunch of cells where numbers are stored as text and chose "ignore error". But when I re-sort the list, the errors come right back again.

Is there a way to get them to stick so I don't have to keep choosing ignore error?

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