# Countif Formula Counting Blanks?

Jan 10, 2014My below countif formula is counting the blanks how can i revise to not count the blanks?

=COUNTIFS('Rep Summary'!$A:$A,$A8,'Rep Summary'!$T:$T," ")

My below countif formula is counting the blanks how can i revise to not count the blanks?

=COUNTIFS('Rep Summary'!$A:$A,$A8,'Rep Summary'!$T:$T," ")

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How can I minus 1 from this COUNTIF. Basically counting non blanks - but it keeps counting the title as well, even when i change it to start at row D2 (it just jumps back to D1 next time). =COUNTA(RAW_DATA_2!$D$1:$D$215)

View 4 Replies View Relatedi have a spreadsheet that acquires data from 42 other worksheet and in a row of cells it has yes or no at the bottom of that row i have =COUNTIF(A2:A34,"YES"). But it will not count the yes' because the cells that it is trying to count all have formulas in them like =tues!A34 or similar is there a different formula i can use to still count the yes' even in a cell containing a formula?

View 7 Replies View RelatedUsing COUNTIF/COUNTIFS how to counting data with 3 mode ;

name

property

checking

[Code]....

I want to count with criteria based on adjacent value "name" column related with "checking" column

1) counting data "name" with "yes" criteria?

2) counting data "name" with "yes" & "no" criteria?

3) counting data "name" with blank "" criteria?

4) counting data "property" with criteria contains "name" and "yes" criteria

I have an data in a columns. Here I need to count the non-blanks and blank records.

View 5 Replies View RelatedI've come across a problem using the =SUMIF/COUNTIF function in excel. It incorrectly calculates blank cells as zeros.

=SUMIF(D4:D54,"Solar",T4:T54)/COUNTIF(D4:D54,"Solar")

The correct output should be 100%, but shows as 66.67% because of the blank cells in the column. How do I correct this?

I am trying to work on a spreadsheet (I am very new to all this). I have colum I with dates in and Colum K with dates in... When a product comes into my shop I enter the date it arrived in Colum I and when it leaves I enter the date in Colum K.

What I would like to try to work out is how do I ask Excel to tell me How many blank cells there are in Colum K if I enter a date range for Colum I

I will try to give an example.

Colum K may have 200 entries for the week 6/5/13 to 10/5/13. I need to know how many cells are blank in Colum K if the date range on Colum I is between 6/5/13 to 10/5/13

The end result should basically tell me how much stock I have left in my shop for that week.

I have found something that sort of works by using this =SUMPRODUCT((I1:I200<=TODAY())*(K1:K200="")) but ideally I need to be able to change the word TODAY into a date range like 6/5/13 to 10/5/13 and I cant seem to do that???

I have a sheet to analyze football(soccer) scores. But when I count the zero scores (no goals scored) across a range blank cells in the range are counted as zero, which I don't want. Is there any command I could put with the formula to tell it not to count blank cells as zero or just not to count blank cells at all? The sort of formula I use is {=COUNT(IF(H103:H559=0,(IF(I103:I559=0,1))))}

View 9 Replies View RelatedI like to think that I am pretty good on Excel 2003, can't stand 2007 but hey thats for another thread.

I can do most forumulas and write some pretty elaborate macros, but one thing I am trying to do has completely stumped me.

Each month I compile a Pivit table that shows by day if a product was in stock or out of stock, this is represented by a blank cell (in stock), "1" Out of stock.

All this is fine, but I want to be able to show the number of instances that a product was out of stock in any given month...

I wanted to count the number of instances that Matt's been late. If there are consecutive timestamps (ex. 600-620, 620-640) that he's been late, I wanted Excel to display 1 and then I'll just sum it up. Or if Excel can do this directly, add all the instances because what I actually need is the total per person.

In this example, I would need a result of 4 instances.

tell if the blank cells will affect the formula or if I still need to do something about them.

I am trying to use a countif formula to count how many students a teacher has. Here is the formula COUNTIF(fceteacher!C:C,E2) I am using a dropdown list to count how many students the teacher has.

View 4 Replies View RelatedI have a countif that is doubling when counting. I am using:

=COUNTIFS('Stage 3 Data'!G2:G3000,">="&Breakdown!C19,'Stage 3 Data'!G2:G3000,"

In column A I have a list if places that can contain duplicates ie

Manchester

Birmingham

London

Birmingham

London

Manchester

Manchester

London

In column B through to D a list of statements to which there are multiple answers i.e.

Yes / Maybe / No

What I'd like to know is how many 'Yes' answers are in the data range for column B:D in Manchester

I've used a countifs but have to result to multiple countifs adding each column together which is fine for 3 columns but not when there are 50!

I noticed that when I use countif to count cells with certain text value it works but up to some point when it returns way too much then (when there are generally more values matching I think). I don't know what is the cause ..formatting? some function limit ?

View 3 Replies View RelatedI've got a head-scratcher here that no one in the office can figure out (at my level anyway). I'm trying to count multiples of the same value within the same cell. For instance, if one cell's value is:

2, 2, 4, 5

I need my '2' count column to return two '2's. I'm using a wildcard because the cells will contain the numbers 1-7, some multiple times, and usually in different orders. The wildcard formula I'm using only picks up one if multiples of the same value are entered in one cell. Here's the formula:

=COUNTIF($C$4:$AG$60, "*"&"2"&"*")+COUNTIF($C$4:$AG$60, "2")

This formula only returns a value of one in the '2' count column. It can't find the second '2' for some reason. I haven't been able to make COUNTA work either.

how do to count the number of occurrences of a text string in a range of cells, where some cell have comma delimited entries?

I am trying to count the number of times a project number is identified in a column of cells. However, in any row in that column a cell may have multiple project numbers referenced, separated by commas.

Using countif Excel thinks that the cell has a different entry and it won’t include it in the count even though the criteria string is in the cell.

Ok so I am trying to streamline the Shirt ordering process at my work. I have made a table with Employee names as Column A, then Row 1 is shirt sizes from small to XXXL. The Cell values are going to be the colors people want. I want to total the number of each size/color combination. But someone may want more than one of the same color. For instance you would enter "BK, BK" if you wanted 2 black shirts of that size. This is where the issue with COUNTIF comes in. If a cell has the same value twice, it only counts it as one because counts the cells with an instance of a value, not the actual count of instances. Is there a way to make COUNTIF or a better function for this?

View 6 Replies View RelatedI'm trying to make a spreadsheet that will count the number of times a certain incident occurs, for a particular person, for a particular month. The attached spreadsheet is an example of what I need done.

For the attached spreadsheet, I need to find out how many times x employee has been late for x month, and how many times they've been late overall.

You can see one of the many tries I've attempted in the second sheet, but it doesn't seem to want to work. I have to be able to do this without VBA, because of signature issues.

I was given this spreadsheet to count attendance by entering the entry date and exit day, however it's counting the first day and the last. I'm needing it to only count the first day and not the exit day.Book2.xls

View 1 Replies View RelatedI placed this formula in cell A1 in workbook number 2which is suppose to grab what ever name is in cell A4 of workbook 1 However if the cell is blank it is returning a "0"I want it to be blank if there is no name in the cell?

View 4 Replies View Relatedis there a way to get the unique entries from a list with out blanks using only one formula?

currently i use

=if(countif(a$1:a1,a1)=1,a1,"")

to get unique entries

and

Function NoBlanks(DataRange As Range) As Variant()

''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

' NoBlanks

' This function returns an array that consists of the non-blank values

' in DataRange. The function must be array-entered into the complete range

' of worksheet cells that are to receive the result. For example, if

' you want the results in B1:B10, select that range, type.................

I have searched the threads high and low, but no one seems to have come across this issue: My formula works fine untill it comes across a blank in Comparison!E16: =IF(AND(Comparison!E14=Comparison!E15,Comparison!E15=Comparison!E16),"",IF(AND(Comparison!E14=Comparison!E15,Comparison!E16=""),"") IF(AND(Comparison!E14<>Comparison!E15),Comparison!E14))

I am comparing cells from a previous sheet onto Comparison so that I can see where the discrepancies lie.

I want to:

return nothing if all the cells match;

return nothing if the first two match, but the third is blank;

return the value if the first cell isn't matching

keeping in mind that this is only for the top cell: Comparison!14 - I will then have to bring it down to 15 and 16

I have a list of data with 2 column. One is a column of unique values, the other column has a lot of blanks.

I'd like to auto generate both columns without any of the blank data from column 2. I've attached a mock spreadsheet of what I'm invisioning.

I am currently using the STDEV formula. Is there a way, that i can make

the formula use data from nonblank cells, only. For example: A1, A2, A5 will

have numbers listed. A3 & A4 are blank. Can i get the formula to use only

A1, A2, & A5?

I have a very basic formula, and I'd like it to ignore a blank cell. The sheet has cells A1, B1, and C1. I want the formula to subtract A1 from B1, and display the difference in C1. B1-A1=C1

Currently, if A1 has a value (it always has a value in that column) and B1 does not, C1 shows the negative value of A1. Ex: A1= 100, B1= blank. [blank cell] - 100 = -100

I want C1 to show nothing unless there's a value in B1.

How do I construct the formula so that it doesn't do the calculation for blanks?

I am in need of a solution (probably VBA) that can fill a range of cells with a formula IF they are blank. Ideally that range is a named range I can define in Excel. If that is too hard, then a hard coded column I hand-edit the script for is tolerable. Also, ideally, this script auto-executes whenever data changes on the sheet.

You formula I will populate is:

=IF(ISNA((VLOOKUP(B33,$A$32:$L$43,12,FALSE))+1),"",(VLOOKUP(B33,$A$32:$L$43,12,FALSE))+1)

..but a simpler formula can be stubbed in.

NOte that it does have relative references, so the script needs to adhere to normal EXCEL conventions of enumerating cell references.

If the script points to a refernce cell that contains the formula that is uber.

Maybe it should do copy and paste instead of a string replacement in order to leverage EXCEL's referencing?

I'm stuck on this, and this would be VERY useful for many of my sheets to be able to point to a refernce cell containing a formula to fill in.

I want to create a validation list with value comming from formula and I got blanks line. I have to create a dynamic list, I can have 15 possibility and it came from a lookup formula. When I choose the 15 cell with the lookup formula it show the empty cell. I did a exemple of my problem. You can check the attachement to understand my problem in the cell C1.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI have a row with numbers

1

2

3

5

6

7

8

What is the formula to get then on another column as

1

2

3

5

6

7

8

So have large spreadsheet with grid of elevations. Each column/row is 1 foot grid. There are blanks in it where there was no elevation data available. I need to interpolate those elevations using the surrounding known elevations. I can setup the interpolation just fine using a circular reference but what i am having trouble with is getting formula into all the cells. I need to replace blanks with formula that averages all four cells around it.

This will result in circular references that will interpolate from known points nearby. So for example if cell D4 was blank formula needs to be

=(D3+E4+D5+C4)/4. D5 would be =(D4+E5+D6+C5)/4.

I have been playing around trying to make a macro or something to do this but am not having any luck. Basically need to find/replace all blanks with formula above but so the formula references the cells around it properly.

I'm using the following formula to look at a range of cells and return the most common text entry. The formula works fine as long as there is text; if there are more blank cells than entries, then it returns a 'blank' and my formula cell is empty. How to clean this up so that it ignores blank cells?

=INDEX(C2:C11,MATCH(MODE(COUNTIF(C2:C11,C3:C11)),COUNTIF(C2:C11,C2:C11),0))

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