Find And Highlight Most Frequently Occurring Number
Feb 5, 2012
I have 12,000 rows on my excel spread sheet of data and my average volume for all those days are 17,661,398.6
I noticed that the so called average did not show up not even once in all of the 12,000 rows. Thus I conclude that the average is not normal ? How to find & highlight the most frequently occurring number, the usual, and or the normal numbers?
I have a few columns referencing Crash numbers. The majority of each column is a null value, with about 10-20% of it actually containing the number of a Crash. I want to run one MODE each on a column to see what the most common Crash is.
The following =MODE(Table_X[Crash Alpha])
Results in a #N/A Value Not Available error. What do I need to change to make it work on the column with some nulls and some numbers (no strings)?
As a secondary question, if I wanted to apply a date filter (the columns are part of a table, including a Date column) like the below:
I am using a formula that finds the most frequently occuring text from a range of cells that have the text 'Ra' 'Ma', 'Mo' or 'Mi' in them (each cell has a drop down list with these text items only). I am currently using this formula to find which of the four text items appears most frequently in the range:
This formula works fine in a case where there is more of one text item than any other, but when there are two items with the same number of entries, this formula comes back with the item that fulfils the criteria first - i.e. if 'Ra' appears 5 times and 'Mo' appears 5 times, then either could come back, depending on which appears first in the range.
The text items rate in importance with 'Ra' being the most important, then 'Ma', then 'Mo', then 'Mi' is the least important. What I am trying to do is, in cases where more that one text item appears the same number of times, get the formula to display the one that is the most important. So for example 'Ra' will always appear over 'Mo' if both have 5 entries, but 'Mo' will appear over 'Mi' if 'Mo' and 'Mi' both have the most entries.
I'd like to create a macro to display the top 5 most frequently occurring repairs on sheet 3 of my workbook. I'd like the macro to analyse all the sheets in my workbook except for the first 3 and then output the results on the 3rd sheet from T50 onward. I have attached a template as an example of how all the sheets in the workbook look (excluding the first 3).
All the sheets have the same layout as the "Survey Template" worksheet.The repairs are located under the Log Book Review of Historical Structural Repair in the Survey Template worksheet and all the repairs are picked through a drop down list that is based on a table of repairs listed in the Parts and Prices sheet within the workbook. I have assigned random serial numbers to the repairs (if that makes it any easier to code instead of locating exact string matches).
I would like to have a macro that searches a selected area for a number (there may be many of them in the spreadsheet) and highlight it in yellow. Please be noted that I don't only want it to search and highlight the number in its respective order, but also every one of its possible arrangement. To make it easier, please also be noted that all of the numbers I will need to search are only 3 digit numbers.
Refer to the attached document : Highlight Number Desired Results.xlsx
As part of my work as an intern, my company wants me to look at all of the office supplies ordered by their retail stores and find out which items are most ordered.
The invoice excel file I received from our office supplier has a column for the Item # and Quantity of that item. However, there are multiple occurrences of each Item # because this invoice is itemized by store. Is there a way to consolidate all of the values in the Item # with each other to remove the duplicates while also consolidating all of the quantities of each?
For example: Office Supplies 2.PNG
The invoice is much longer and has many more different Item #s and many more duplicates but this is more or less the same format.
I used COUNTIF with an advanced filter with Unique Records Only selected but I realized that only gave me the count of the Item #s and didnt factor in the Quantity of each Item # ordered by each retail location.
Find the most common occurring string in my spreadsheet based on a lookup value. For example, if my table is as follows:
- I want to calculate the most common value chosen by user 234 (A in this case), user 524 (B in this case)... and so on. - I want to calculate the percent of the chosen value. So in the previous point, A was chosen ~67% of the time by user 234... and so on.
I'm not sure which formula to use. I am able to find the most common occurring value in column B using the formula below (which I found here), but how can I do that for a specific value, a user ID in this case?
I want to enter a unique ID into an input box which will tell which row that id is available and then it will again ask me which column the cell needs to be highlighted. Once i enter the data, it will then ask me what is the change in data (again via input box). i can then enter the change data and then it stops.
I have a list of numbers in an Excel range. Most of the numbers are the same but some are not. I need a function that will go through the list and return the value which occurs most frequently. (Not the number of occurences but the actual value). I need to do this in VBA.
I have a list of data that is the day of the month(1-31) that an event has occurred. (sample data in attachment) I want to find some way to find when the "hottest" time of the month is when the events are occuring.
how to get the end result. I think for myself a chart of some sort would be good to see visually, or some kind of statistical breakdown.
My only requirement is that the list is always being added to, so the end result needs to be updating with the complete list.
Im not an expert in excel, so the more details on how to do this the better. Even better would be creating it in the attachment, and uploading your version so I can see exactly how you did it.
I am going to be taking this idea and apply it in the same way for day of week (1-7) and time of day.
I am useing Excel 2003 and OPC server client for excel, and i am monitoring 6 values, that are changeing each second. I was trying to make a function to collect this information, so i could form a statistic table, but unfortunally with no success.
I can watch how the values are changeing their numbers, but i cant sotre the values in the rows below. Does anyone know how can i do this
I have two spreadsheets. Spreadsheet 1 has 6 columns and column E has a list of numbers. It runs from E2:E739.
Spreadsheet 2 has 9 columns and column A has the numbers I need matched against. Column A runs from A9:A5027. How can I find the numbers from Spreadsheet 1, Column E that are also in Spreadsheet 2, Column A. Once matched I would like to highlight the ROW on spreadsheet 1 that has a match.
I have a worksheet with lots of data on it, resulting in a very busy layout. I have been using "FIND" to search for various numbers within the spreadsheet, however often times it is hard to see which cell "FIND" selects.
Is there a way to enable Excel to highlight the selected cell? For example could "Find" turn the cell yellow when it finds a match?
I have a spreadsheet with a stock list. Each item has an individual number. I have a code below, which I have doctored from other various sources. The problem I have is that if I search for number '12' the spreadsheet highlights every cell with 12 in (120 121 122 123 etc...) Is there any way I can change the code so that it returns only the 12 and not every cell that contains 12? The current code is as follows:
I have a large spread sheet. I need to find 38 accounts in the spreadsheet, highlight them across the span of the spread sheet and then do a sum if to the side. I need to use this Macro monthly on a new ageing and some months some of the accounts may not be in the ageing.
see attached sheet. Column A has File Name. Need to highlight the duplicate data as you can see there is 2 duplicate data which i have manually highted ( C19 is duplicate of C12, C83 is duplicate of C84).
I want to identify the 2 minimum valued greater than 0.00% in rows with percentages only. Then identify the 2 maximum values greater than 0.00% in rows with percentages only. The sheet changes in size (rows and columns) each day. C4 Row 4 is a constant starting place if that is necessary. I have been tweaking this code all night, but no luck. I keep getting a highlighted yellow error in editor @ oRg.Find(What:=iMin, _ I also don't know what an oRg is, I am using 2001, that may be the problem.
I have received a workbook containing lists, unfortunately the names are listed in individual cells - several per cell, separated by commas. I need to highlight wherever a particular name occurs without splitting the data from the cell, ie like Find but within the cell.
I'm using Excel 2007 and s/s is 325501 rows deep. It consists of a series of approx 30000 ranges between 4 and 30 rows deep.
What I need to do is locate the next appearance of a name and copy its accompanying value to the present occurrence. Doing this manully is not feasible, given the large size of the s/s and I would like to acquire code.
The names are in column B and the values to be retrieved are in the adjoing cell in column C.
The code should only act when there is a number in column S and retrieved values should be placed in column V.
So if XXX appears in B2 and B345 and C345 contains 932, I need 932 to appear in V2.
Is there a quick way to do this without using find and replace to highlight all several hundred of these rows? I have an hour and a half until I leave work and my boss wants it today! Compounded is the problem that there are about 100 versions of this spreadsheet I need to do this for.
Is there a way i can have a macro find the unique values in these 3 columns and highlight them yellow.
They should find uniques using all 3 columns, not find them within each column.
I included a file which shows what i start off with and what it needs to look like. Also if it matters the contents in the cells are from links. ( i know that matters because you have to put look in values in the code ).