Count In Filtered List And Display Results In Table On Right Of Data
Aug 26, 2009
I have a long list of delegates attending functions on different dates and need help with 2 problems:
A) List has filters by date/venue etc but I will want the table to be visible even when list is filtered.
B) I am using the following formula to count "=SUMPRODUCT(--($E$3:$E$728="Thursday 3rd September 2009"),SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET($E$3,ROW($E$3:$E728)-MIN(ROW($E$3:$E$728)),,1)))" and this works but if I filter to another date then 3rd September shows 0.
I have a workbook that lists various shipment numbers and their contents to several locations. What I am trying to do is, on a different worksheet in the same workbook, list all shipments to one location; having different worksheets for each specific location.
I am sure there must be an extremely simple solution to this, however I am unable to locate it.
Also I would like the separate location worksheets to autoupdate when new shipments are entered on the main worksheet.
I am a Microsoft Excel 2010 user and am trying to create a usage report for a website that I work on. I have been compiling the usage reports into one spreadsheet. The columns I use are Month, Device, Language, Title 1, and Title 2. I can filter each of these rows and it shows me the number of records found. Each row on this spread sheet refers to a time that someone selected something on the site. For example the row may say;
Month (filtered) Device (Filtered) Lan (filtered)
How do I automatically populate a table on a separate sheet with the number of records found for a certain combination of filters applied. So if I'm looking at monthly trending I want to know how many times the stress test was started in May, June, or July, but automatically using info from the multiple filters.
What is a formula I can use to compile the filtered data from above.
I am trying to do 2 things involving data validation. 1) Count the number of entries in a data validation dropdown list and display a result. 2) Use an If statement to pull the formatting from a cell into another cell.
An example would be if Cell A1="A", then show the drop down list associated with cell or sheet "!ryanB2". Alternatively, I would like to also display the number of entries in the drop down list.
I have a filtered list and want to count the number of times each value appears in the filtered list. I also have other hidden rows that I do not want to include in the count and the filtered rows should not be included in the count either. I have tried countif, pivot tables and subtotal .
=SUBTOTAL(2,A2:A100) can be used in combination with any other formula so that when the data is filtered using autofilter it will only count values greater than zero.
I have attached a worksheet with the example.
In the attached workbook subtotal formulas are used in Row1 for sum and row 2 for count. When the data is filtered using code "DUP" in column D, the subtotal in cell C2 is "4", whereas in the specified range there is a positive value in only 1 cell that is $1050 in cell C99.
Is there some combination that can be used with SUBTOTAL formula so that it will only count values greater than zero when data is filtered.
I did a data table yesterday and it worked. I tried again today and the results are incorrect. They are coming out as a constant (the same result as the original formula). Has anyone had this happen before and figured out how to fix? My spreadsheet is fairly complex. Does the data table formula need to refer to the "base" cells? For example, if the formula refers to cell F15, but in F15 the formula is +C15, does my data table formula need to use C15?
I have extracted a report from a web package into Excel - basically a list of documents held on our website. The Cells in Column B would have the word Title or Description, Column C would have the actual title of the document, Column D would be blank on rows with Title in Column B and Column E has a Document ID (DocID)Number. To make this easier to read is it possible to filter Column B using Title and then move the DocID number from Column E to Column D.
I have attached a shortened version of the spreadsheet with the filter applied in Column B already. The real spreadsheet is 1000 lines long and would take quite a while to drag and drop each DocID number from Column E to D. I assume this can only be done with VBA.
How to show my data as % of grand total and include the filtered data. Whenever I filter out a category in my pivot table the % values adjust for everything unfiltered. Is there a way to have my percentages include the filtered data?
I have a table of data with column headings. I'd like to be able to filter the table based on the column headings, however I have a 'spare row' between the column headings and the data which I use to add new entries to the table using a macro (the macro copies the row and pastes it in one of the empty rows at the bottom of the table, then sorts the data which places it with the rest of the data).
The problem is, Excel won't let me apply a filter to the table if the column headings are separated from the data that I would like filtered.
I am able to quite easily count the number of specific values in a cell after the table has been filtered. However, the problem I have run into is that some times the data needs to be placed into the spreadsheet twice (or to be more specific the same subject is associated with several unique data points).
What I need: some way to count the instance of some give value in column D only once based on the presence of a duplicate (unique) identifier in column C. However, when I filter the entire database, it must count *only* the filtered cells and not the hidden cells as well.
Picture: Column C Column D 111111 M 111111 M 111111 M
Currently calculates: M=9, F=2
Right now it incorrectly states there are 9 "M" from column D when it really should be 5 since 3 are duplicate values. My main difficulty is making sure this continues to work after I filter the entire sheet (say column ZZ) and have a bunch of hidden cells.
Equation currently using to count only filtered values (in this case "males" and "females"): ="M = " & SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(D3:D13,ROW(D3:D13)-MIN(ROW(D3:D13)),,1))*(D3:D13="M"))
I have several spreadsheets referencing the "Data" sheet's table (about 35 columns, and the row lengths will differ from 10 to several hundred).
I need to be able to filter the table in "Data", and have the hidden rows not show up everywhere else in the document. I have both vlookups and index formulas in the other spreadsheets, and what I'd like to do is be able to filter by any column in the table and have only the shown results show in the other sheets.
I know this might be accomplished using subtotal, and Row, etc., but how to set it up with the different formulas I have going on in the sheet that pull data from the table. I need this to work with both the vlookups and index cells.
I have a monthly work phone bill which I receive as an Excel document. I have to pay for personal calls and want to create a list of personal numbers which can be filtered and the costs summed. Prefereably an add in would be best. Possibly 2 icons, one for adding my personalised numbers (usually under 10 numbers). This could be saved to my home drive on the network so I can run the formula from any PC on the network.
The other icon would be to run the report and do the calculations. So it only really looks in 2 column (mobile num, cost).
I am trying to sum the results of a filter via VBA but cannot seem to get it right. I have the code to count the number of "active" rows, now to get an average I have been trying to use similar code to get the sum so I can divide the sum by the number of rows not filtered out. I get the error "Unable to get the Sum property of the WorkSheet function class" This is the code I have butchered:
Set R = ActiveSheet. Range("d1"). CurrentRegion Set R = R.Offset(1, 0).Resize(R.Rows.Count - 1, R.Columns.Count) For i = 1 To R.Rows.Count If Not R.Rows(i).EntireRow.Hidden Then intCountCancelled = WorksheetFunction.Sum("Cancelled") ' cancelled is a named range. This is the line its failing on End If Next i
I have a list of data entries. I use auto-filter, to view them according to which category they belongs to. However, when I wanted to sum just the quantity associated with the criteria which I am filtering, I couldnt find a formula which does that
I have a large data set (from columns A - I, with over 10,000 rows) of information located on Sheet1 that I need to be able to go through to find the criteria (which is text and is located in column B) I'm looking for. I know how to write the VBA code to use Excel's AutoFilter option .... what I don't know is how can I can identify and copy the results the AutoFilter pulls up, from Sheet1 into another sheet because the data is on a number of different rows.
For example, I have to search column B three separate times for the following criteria: 1. xyz 2. acb 3. hij
I am populating a 2nd temporary worksheet from a primary using autofilter which works just fine. I have been asked to set it up to populate the 2nd sheet using the same autofilter criteria across two or more of the primary sheet columns. I have been looking through the forums and found an article in which this process is described, #2 The power of Autofilter in VBA - Part 2, and I would like to ask if this will do the job for me.
I did attempt to create my own code, but it didn't work with a loop that I created. I do use input boxes to gather criteria from the user. I have put a copy of my code below which doesn't work, but need to know if the code in the article mentioned above will work?
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
On Error Resume Next
' Dim rheadings, cl As Range ' ' Set rheadings = Worksheets("CONTACT").Range("A1:F1") ' For Each cl In rheadings ' Me.cbxSearchWhere.AddItem cl.Value ' Next cl
Private Sub UserForm_QueryClose(Cancel As Integer, _ ................
I have designed a Macro to use an Advanced Filter to search for specific criteria in different columns. I would like the results to bold or highlight the cell if it meets the criteria for the advanced filter. There are multiple numbers in each row that are associated with each record, and I would like to be able to see which of these triggered the filter to work for that row by bolding or highlighting the individual cell.
I have a folder with 250 files. Each of the file has only one column. I need to search the rows starting with "Party Name" and copy them in any one row. I want a macro either to copy the filtered results in the same file or a fresh workbook.
Column A row 1 ABCDE row 2 FGHI row 3 Party Name:Abcd row 4 JKLM row 5 nopq row 6 STUV row 7 Party Name:ryz row 8 Party Name:mno row 9 XYZ
I want the results as below:
Column A Column B Column C Column D row 1 ABCDE Party Name:Abcd Party Name:ryz Party Name:mno
Trying to paste filtered results except header row. My code below pastes the header row for "Details" 2x. I tried altering the row to row 2, but that caused incorrect results to be returned.
Detail - Sales First I filter the data range for " Total Sales" Paste the results with header row to wsDetails
Details - Details Then filter the data again for "N" I would like to paste these results to wsDetails w/o the header
Option Explicit Sub comp_pl_ytd_Totals() Dim wbBook As Workbook Dim wsData As Worksheet Dim wsTotals As Worksheet Dim wsDetails As Worksheet Dim wsExtract As Worksheet Dim rngData As Range Dim rngCrit As Range Dim rngDest As Range Dim arrCrit Dim myRange As Range Dim C As Range Dim lngrows As Long Dim strFormula As String Dim rngCase As Range With Application . ScreenUpdating = False .DisplayAlerts = False .Calculation = xlCalculationManual End With................
I am in need of a formula to count filtered results. On Sheet1 (Job Flow) the user enters data continually . The most important is the Date in column D some measurements in columns N,O & P that gives a result as a code, example s15020 or c3005 in column Q. A vlookup is then pulls up a price for the code.
On sheet two Column A There is a list of all the codes. I need a formula that will give a count in column B for the amount of codes that was entered in to the data base "sold" for a date filtered time period, be it a week, month or year. In other words the codes in ,column A sheet 2, should reflect the amount of units for the time filter on page1.