I would like to create a formula in Col G that does the following:If any of the values in columns B to F equals OK, then OKIf any of the values in columns B to F equals KO, then KO I've been tinkering with multiple IFs and quite rightly got bogged down as too many criteria to take into account...
How to formulate results of students in excel sheet.
From the attached picture (capture1.jpg) of the excel sheet - The rules of exams are:
1. if candidate scores 50% in all 4 papers, PASS and proceed to next year 2. if candidate scores 50% in 2 or 3 papers + borderline fail in 1 or 2 papers, VIVA VOCE exam for the borderline failed paper (Definition of borderline fail is candidate scoring 45 to 50 marks) 3. if candidate scores 50% in upto 2 papers + borderline fail in more than 2 papers, RE-EXAM 4. if candidate scores 45% in 2 or more papers, FAIL and repeat the year
The rules are in the attached picture flowchart.jpg
I am unsuccessful in writing a formula for such multiple criteria...
I have created a sheet that calculates a score. Based on that score a determination is made to do one of three things - Nothing, Peer/Manager Review, Review Required.
In addition it was requested now that I make an overall decision for "Review Required" based on multiple triggers. My thought was to create a table from outputs of each element on another sheet, and then trigger off the table. What I am stuck on is using the multiple choices to trigger the message - Below are the choices of which each or a combination of each should trigger "Review Required" Calculate Review Required
Total Score 'Review Required Element 1 " Element 2 " Element 3" Element 4" Element 5" Element 6" Element 7" Element 8" Element 9" Element 10" Element 11" Element 12" Element 13 " Element 14 '20 or more = reveiw Element 15 '20 or more = reveiw Element 16 '20 or more =review Element 17 'Sum 20 Total of above if less than 20 in each
I am trying to solve a problem. I am currently using this formula = SUMPRODUCT(--(Sheet2!B2:Sheet2!B300="MARKETING"),--(Sheet2!D2:Sheet2!D300="200612"),Sheet2!E2:Sheet2!E300)
This formula works for me as it is but I would like to add more months to 200612. I want this to also be 200701 and 200702. In another cell there will be up to 10 months. Is there a way to do a Vlookup or something that will look up these months in another table, rather than keep typing them out in the formula?? Otherwise my formula will be very long.
So the info looks like this in excel MARKETING 200612 -10 MARKETING 200701 -25 MARKETING 200708 -50 ECONOMICS 200709 -30
The info goes on and on. The two variables are the MARKETING column and the month column. My problem is that I would like a seperate table that can be the months. So 200612 and 200701 is one table, and 200708 and 200709 is another table. The table changes often so I dont want to mess with the formulas, rather a table.
I maintain the data flow at my work. We send and receive the data using excel files with specific formatting that I then upload to the database. Each time I send or receive the excel file I must log them, this is what my code question refers to.
I use RDBMerge to merge all the contents of the 100 plus excel files into one worksheet. The first part of the macro cleans up the merge data for use in the log (i have attached an example of the clean data and finished log).
The blue shaded area of the "Raw_Data" is what the clean data looks like, the yellow column is what current macro records for each record.
As you can see by the example the Raw_Data is only two files LL_LLL_BOB_ToLLLLL_20121228_01 & LL_LLL_BOB_ToLLLLL_20121230_01, each with more that one record.
The log code in column "H" Is based on this criteria: First Letter of the Unique ID in column "E" - O, M, or L Program Type in Column "F" - U or R 1. O-U = U 2. O-R = RU 3. M-U = U2 4. M-R = R2U 5. L-R = R
You will note that Columns G-R of the "Log Sheet" correspond to the "Record Type" found in Column "G" of the "Raw_Data" sheet.
This is the area where my skill at using scripting dictionaries fails.
The results for the log list each file only once, but the log code for each corresponding "Record Type" in columns G-R of the "Log Sheet" must contain each unique instance of the code. In other words
if LL_LLL_BOB_ToLLLLL_20121228_01 contains an O-U with an "A" Record Type and an M-R with an "A" Record Type; then, on the log sheet there needs to be the codes "U/R2U" in the cell intersection of the LL_LLL_BOB_ToLLLLL_20121228_01 record row and "A" column (which is column "G")
So, If the File contains one of each code for each Record Type the corresponding cell must house one of each code separated by a "/" without any spaces. This means the cell value could no code, or one code and all the variations in between to all five codes. Also, for ease of human reading the log codes should be concatenated in the 1-5 order that I listed them in (U/RU/U2/R2U/R)
Here is my code so far.
VB: Option Explicit Sub test() Dim dic As Object, a, i As Long, rng As Range, e, w, n As Long Set dic = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary")
Im struggling to find a formula to populate cells based on values to be checked in two fields (ICODE, COMPANY) as shown below.
In the example here, all records where ever the ICODE = 49, i need to populate the fields(columns) AD1,AD2,AD3 or AD4 with the product name of the same company where the ICODE <> 49. There could be between 1-7 products per company.
ICODE PRODUCT COMPANY AD1 AD2 AD3 AD4 89PENS ABC STATIONERY CO LLC [code]....
The attached example file may be a better alternative to view this problem.
Worksheet 1: In column A I have a people's initials. In coumn B I have text boxes with miscellaneous text. (The same person could have multiple rows within this sheet.)
e.g. AAA blue BBB orange AAA round CCC smelly AAA elongated
Worksheet 2 I want to show: A2 = initials, B2 = first text box associated with that person, C2 = second text box (different row) associated with that person (if applicable), D2 = third text box (different row) associated with that person (if applicable), etc.
e.g. AAA blue round elongated BBB orange CCC smelly
Spreadsheet 'Raw Table' has many, many rows, and a dozen columns of raw input data. Each row has date, number, and text fields.
Spreadsheet 'Dashboard' is a somewhat simple one page summary of one day's worth of data entry from Raw Table. Dashboard isn't a simple table, but more form-like in appearance (not sure if that matters). Essentially, the values from Raw Table are spread out in different locations in Dashboard, and not just in a row.
The Dashboard fields gets their values from Raw Table based multiple criteria, the most important being a manually inputted date entry at the top of the Dashboard. The other criteria are simple numbers (ie, 1, 2, 3, 4....) built into the formula. So a set of criteria for one particular cell in the dashboard could be: 4/6/2014, 1, 3. Those 3 criteria are unique identifiers: there is only one match, ever. If those criteria are met, then a value from a specific spot in that row from Raw Data is placed in the dashboard field.
Here is one formula example for one such field in Dashboard:
The first sumproduct criteria is a match for the date in Raw Data's column A with the manually inputted date in Dashboard located at D1.
The second criteria is match for the value in column B with a value of 1. The third criteria is match for the value in column C with a value of 3. (Again, this is an example. The 1,3 set can be any specific combo from 1,1 to 8,8. Thus, a day's data can have no more than 64 records of a dozen date, number and text fields.)
The Index function is obviously array,row,column. So this example index function results in the contents of column D in the row that the sumproduct function generates.
This dashboard spreadsheet works perfectly everywhere except four fields (out of 100+ instances of the same formula). In the faulty spots, the value that the index function is returning in Dashboard is basically the contents of column D in Raw Table in the row that corresponds to the place the formula is located in Dashboard. It's almost like there's an error in the formula result, and the index is defaulting to the row number in Dashboard. But I've tested this 8 ways til Sunday. I can even straight-up copy these four faulty fields to another part of the dashboard, and the results are magically correct. And I've checked to see that the actual sumproduct function result is returning the correct row for these fields. I don't have an answer as to why it's defaulting to the formula row number in just these four locations, and not the row value that the sumproduct function is correctly producing.
I've thought maybe it was a data type problem in Raw Data, but that route produced a dead end. It has to be something with the Dashboard. I'm going to start over with a new Dashboard spreadsheet, and see what happens. One thing I did was, early in development of the dashboard, use ctrl-shift-enter in the first faulty field, then went back and changed the formula wholesale to something different, and copied that cell to (at least I think) the three other faulty spots. But if I went back and completely changed the formulas and did away with the brackets, the cells should be fresh, no?
I track distribution using 1 workbook for each sales rep. Each workbook has a separate worksheet (scorecard) for each of their locations showing which of our products are used in that location, for various functions. Each of the locations has a segment (bar, nightclub, casual dining, etc.), and a class (AA, A, B, etc.). All of the scorecards are identical, and are in the same file folder on our shared drive.
Location A Class:AA Segment: Sports Bar Rep: John Smith
Product: Product X Product Y Product Z Well: 1 0 0 Back Bar: 0 1 0 Cocktail Menu: 0 1 1
I was unable to find an HTML maker so this is not an actual sample but what I'm looking at. The above data indicates that for location A (Sports Bar, Class AA), Product X is used as the well, Product Y is on their back bar and their cocktail menu, and Product Z is not used at this location at all.
I need to set up an analytic workbook where I can sum data based on multiple and grouped criteria, and for multiple reps ie- display a scorecard that shows totals for nightclubs and sports bars, class AA, A, and B, for a particular rep; OR display a scorecard that shows totals for nightclubs, class A for a group of reps. Ideally I would like to do this using drop down menus that allow the user to select multiple criteria in each of the drop downs, having the data auto-populate based on those selections.
I am trying to lookup two distinct values in two columns (turquoise and green) in 'Cust data' tab and correlate them to the same values in two columns on 'Driver activity' tab, then return a result from column in yellow on 'Driver Activity' tab to populate the driver name in yellow column on 'Cust data' tab.
So, another question with regards to this sales sheet that i am setting up. I want to be able to take the information below and for each of the people listed (i.e. by their initials) i would like to...
1.) Take their associated % (Columns C, E, G) 2.) Multiply the % by the Revenue (Column H) 3.) Sum up the total for each of the names (Locatedin Columns B, D, F) 4.) Only sum up the ones that occur in Month 1 of the Year 2012
I have tried multiple ways with a Sumproduct but none of them have worked. I would love to be able to do this with a single formula without having to add another column, for instance, to track what MonthNum it is. I tried using some kind of offset, but i could never get it to work.. For instance to look through the range, find the initial go over 1 column to the right and multiply that % by the revenue if the Month is 1..
Date (A)Rec1Name (B)Rec1Pct (C)Rec2Name (D)Rec2Pct (E)Rec3Name (F)Rec3Pct (G)Revenue (H)1/1/12AD25.00%RU25.00%BF25.00%1000.001/1/12AD25.00%RU25.00%PNF25.00%2000.001/1/12BF50.00%00.00%00.00%1200.002/1/12BF50.00%00.00%00.00%1000.002/1/12BF50.00%00.00%00.00%1000.003/1/12AD25.00%RU25.00%00.00%1000.003/1/12AD25.00%RU25.00%00.00%1500.004/1/12AD16.67%RU16.67%BF16.67%1500.004/1/12BF50.00%00.00%00.00%1500.00
I would like a macro that select all cells based on multiple criteria. It's a big sheet, but I've made it smaller in the following example.
In row 1, there are 2 headers, in B1 (electricity) and C1 (gas) In column A, there are 3 houses, in A2, A6 and A10. The blocks of cells in between (e.g. B2:B5) have 2 headers, 'period' in B2, and 'account number' in B4. B3 and B5 have a list of options in them.
I want to select cells that meet certain criteria. Either electricity or gas, and either period or account number. So, if in cell D1 I choose electricity and in D2 period, I would like to select B3, B7 and B11. If I choose gas and account number, I wish to select C5, C9 and C13.
I am trying to display a value based on the date column A as it corresponds to the unique value(s) in column D.
As you can see from my example, Column D may have multiples of a single item.
I was trying to accomplish this via formulas but I am open to using code.
The Value in Column G will display 'NEW' when it is the MIN value from all of the date values in Column A and its corresponding unique group in Column D.or when there is only one unique value in Column G and Column A is = today() [ROW 15]
The Value in Column G will display 'Remove' when it is the MAX value from all of the date values in Column A and its corresponding unique group in Column D.or when there is only one unique value in Column G and Column A is today() or < today(). [ROW 16] (The value in Column A cannot be greater than current date)
I have two workbooks at the moment, one which holds a whole host of customer and accounts details and another which holds only the customer details. What I'm trying to do is cross reference the two to determine if a customers details appear on both and if they do highlight this, ultimately I'd like it to pull the customers account number back but even if it highlights a match that would be sufficient.
The only unique criteria I have to do this are customer surname and customer postcode.
In the Customer details spreadsheet I'm attempting to enter a formula which will look at the specific surname & postcode held on the row in which it is entered. It will then look at all of the rows on the other spreadsheet and determine whether any of them meet both criteria.
If they do I'd like it to display "match" if they don't I'd like it to display "no match"
I want to display multiple results based on 2 search parameters, where by when I enter flight number and Dep. Airport it matches the trip numbers and dispalys all the rows matching all flight number and Dep. airport based on the unique trip number.
Notice: - one trip number could consist of multi flight sectors.
1) Explanation of the data :
MMM1805 = flight Number 935 = dep. time $AS41 = registration code
I have three cells where a user will input data, in some cases (2T Weld Condition) they will only enter in B12 and C12, but in the case of a 3T weld they will also enter data in the D12 cell. I then use a formula to check for the thinnest material and that is entered into another cell with a formula, B14. I then need to check the value in B14 to verify if it is above zero, but below 0.65 (mm). If it is then I would like to have a message appear on the screen notifying the user that they are outside the acceptable range.
I cannot figure out how to use the information in cell B14 because it is a formula and my code only works with a direct value. The code I am using works if I point to one of the three input cells, B12, C12 or D12. How do I use the information in B14 to work with the code below.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Address = "$B$12" Then If Target.Value < 0.65 Then Run "MyMacro" End If End If End Sub
I am trying to write a formula to figure out Body Mass Indexes for certain age groups and whether or not they fall into a High or Low risk category. So, I am trying to write a formula that does the following. I have 3 columns, Gender, Age and BMI. I need the formula to do the following.
IF Gender = M AND Age >18, <39 AND BMI >7%, <19%, Then return an "L" into 4th column IF Gender = M AND Age >18, <39 AND BMI >19%, Then return an "H" into 4th column IF Gender = M AND Age >40, <59 AND BMI >14%, <23%, Then return an "L" into 4th column..............................
I'm starting a dashboard, where on the front page I have two combo boxes on the left, and three empty fields to the right. I'd like the three fields to the right to auto-populate table-based values depending on the chosen criteria from BOTH fields (by store and month/date). I've attached a sample of what I've got so far. I've only provided three tables for this example, and I have a table with the same column/row titles for each metric and I have three different metrics I'd like to auto populate: COGs, Sales, and GM% or in the example, metric 1, metric 2, metric 3. No pattern in the table values, just wanted to populate the fields quickly. All fields are organized by store/month-date and I've set up a link to my combo boxes on a calculations tab.
Search for the word "Clear" in the Task column. If the word "Clear" is found, go to Value column. Add all values starting from "Clear" down to the end of the list. If it is larger than 10, return the word "OK". Otherwise "Poor". If larger than 20, return the word "Good". The length of the list is variable.
I'm trying to create an Excel based dashboard for my company. One part of the dashboard is a Top 20 Accounts based on territory, region, or district. Each of these three areas has source data in a seperate table. I need the top 20 vlookup to pull from the territory table if I enter a territory name in cell B20, pull from the region table if I enter a region name, and so forth. There are 10 different regions, 2 different districts, and 51 different territories.
I'm thinking that the answer somehow involves an IF statement. e.g. If cell B20 equals a region name, then perform the vlookup on the region table. If it contains a district name, pull from the district table. Otherwise pull from the territory table. I'm also thinking I may want to list all of the territories, regions, and districts in their own seperate column so the formula can say something like "If cell B20 is found in column M, pull from the territory table, if it's in column N, pull from the region table.