I have a grid of random numbers. What I want to do is make a new, corresponding table that has those numbers' frequencies from the initial dataset.
So, if I have a row 1,2,3,4,5, the first row in my frequency table shows the frequencies for those numbers, whatever they might be regarding the entire set of numbers.
I'm just wondering if there's a more automated way of doing this than running the historgram function and then manually matching the frequencies with the original numbers to come up with my table. My dataset is growing, so that's becoming too time-consuming.
I have large spreadsheet that analyses the number of times specific characters etc appear in individual cells, but only takes into consideration the filtered cells. My current formula that works fine is:
So at the moment every time an F or other specified values is in one of the filtered cells it is counted and displayed in the respective cells. What I would like it to be able to do is recognise when a cell has say 3 F's, and increment the displayed product accordingly.
One or more sales promoters can be rostered at shopping centre locations performing full shifts and half shifts.
How can count the unique dates associated with the shopping centre using a Start date and an End date? Example below.
Col A Col B Col C Col D 02/03/2014 Joe Shopping Centre #1 D1=01/03/2014 (start date) 02/03/2014 Bob Shopping Centre #2 D2=10/03/2014 (end date) 02/03/2014 Lee Shopping Centre #1 07/03/2014 Tim Shopping Centre #1 07/03/2014 Kay Shopping Centre #3 12/03/2014 Joe Shopping Centre #1
The results for the Frequency formula should show:
Shopping Centre #1 - 2 (dates) Shopping Centre #2 - 1 (date) Shopping Centre #3 - 1 (date)
Sample Excel with Frequency.xls.Attached a sample sheet with some data. What I'm trying to do is combine the frequency function and add another variable. Not sure how to do this. I'm using Excel 2003, so I don't think I can use "countifs".
I need to count the number of times a word appears in a column in a pivot table and add the total value in the next cell minus 1 if the number is more than 1.
(All) QA (All) Count of 1ST LVL ERROR Error Type Count
The totals in C come from a pivot table created from the data in a separate sheet. I need to dynamically show who made an error and the frequency of that kind of error. I've gotten the Error Type count to display according to the word in column B, but column C will show how many times that a specific notation was made.
"Annualization" appears in column B 3 times, but column C shows that one of the descriptions is listed twice in the separate sheet. The current formula shows 3, but it needs to count the 3 in B, then add any number that is more than 1 minus 1 in the relative C cell to yield 4.
This is my count array: =SUM(LEN(B6:B4506)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(B6:B4506,D6,"")))/LEN(D6)
I've also used: =COUNTIF(_1ST_LVL_ERROR,"*"&D6&"*")
I don't know how to get the second column to factor in, though.
I am using the formula below to count the unique items in column M. Two questions, how can I use the whole range M:M, but then also ignore the header because that would return 3. I tried repacing M2:M6 with M:M but I get #NUM!. I'm using 2003 but when I take this back to work I will be on 2007. If using the whole range M:M is not possible then I could just extend out to M2:M7000 which should cover the range. PAS Sheet
LM1Count of PASPAS22FD093 FD094 FD645 FD646 FD64 Spreadsheet FormulasCellFormulaL2=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(MATCH(M2:M6,M2:M6,0),MATCH(M2:M6,M2:M6,0))>0,1))
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how to make a frequency table and a bar chart for 6 different branches of industries. These categories have numbers (1 for branche A and 2 for Brance B and so on) I tried Tools > Data analysis > Histogram yet. But then the categories are displayed as numerators. I just want to show how many companies there are in Branche A, Branche B, etc. I tried to change the categories into text, but it wont make a difference. I will include the file.
I've tried to adapt a formula I've found in the forums. But the result comes back at a figure much lower than I expect. I have a column of numbers (column J)that I would like the frequency of but only if the date contained in another column (column R) is beyond a certain date.
I have four columns in my worksheet. In column C, I need to find the no. of times word "Alarm" is occuring. Further, with each "Alarm" entry in col C, there is a alarm type given in column D. I need to find the no. of alarms for each type and then display a bar chart for the alarm type vs. frequency of its occurence.
I have the desire to create a spreadsheet that will, in the end, allow me to see the frequency of certain songs I've seen by a certain band (the same band). trying to figure out the best approach in creating such a spread sheet.
What I want to do is provide the date of a concert, and all of the songs played at that specific concert. I have that info. There are 78 concerts that I need to input. However, it seems redundant for me to list, for example, "Song A" if it was played on "date X", and then list "song A" again if was played on "date Y". This is where I'm not sure what makes the most sense.
Would it be better to use the A-Z axis and provide the 78 dates of concerts, and use the numbered axis to list all of the songs that were seen/heard. Then I could put some sort of check mark in the cell that corresponds to the song and date?This way seems like more work than is necessary.
I trial tested many another forumla's before posting this. I'm having a hard time building this simple function see image: [url]
The formula I need finds the hightest & lowest frequency appears of a number from the index list (index numbers range from 0-9 or if needed changed to 1-50). Along with the hightest/lowest frequency's it needs to also find the second hightest/lowest frequency's i.e.
need result: (9 2) (0 3) (0 & 3 did not appear so there listed as the lowest frequency's)
I have a list of 267 individuals who are each in one of 4 class designations (A,B,C, & D). They produce widgets for me. The individuals’ names are in A2:A268, their class designation is in B2:B268; and the number of widgets they each produced is in C2:C268. Row 1 is a header row.
I used the FREQUENCY function, for the first time, to show how many of the individuals produced 1-10, 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, and 60+ widgets last year. NOW, I’d like to take it a step further and show the number of individuals that produced widgets in each of these number groupings, but want it further split out by their A, B, C, D, class designation. So, I want to see how many individuals in the “A” class that produced 1-10, 11-20, 21-30, etc. widgets; and how many individuals in the “B” class produced those numbers, etc.
I’ve been playing around with using the COUNT and IF functions together and the FREQUENCY and IF functions, but have not been successful. Am I making this more complicated than it is? By the way, their class designation doesn’t have any relation to the number of widgets they produced, and the data is sorted alphabetically by the individuals’ names.