I have 12 columns of data. In those 12 columns of data I have 3 digit numeric IDs. I want to count the unique number of IDs for each row. I have about 14K rows.

What would be the best way to do so?

Some rules about how the data is stored. I have 12 columns of data with anywhere from 1 to 12 columns having data for each respondent. Data always fills left to right and never skips columns.

I have attached an example file that represents how the data is stored and the output I would like (Unique Count).

I want to count the unique values between 2 dates. He only needs to count the values that match 2 criteria. I want to know how many unique orders were place between 01/10/2012 and 30/09/2013.

In my Data sheet: Colomn X: Customer name Colomn D: Status Colomn AH: Date of order (Day/Month/Year)

I want to count the unique values in Colomn O: Ordernumbers

This is a hard one, I promise! Is there a way/formula/VBA to return multiple unique values from a table or from multiple columns with criteria?

My Objective

I want to create a table that has unique company names in the first column (done already) and all the connections that belong to a given company in the columns #2....#n. Like this:

Column1 Column2 Column3 ..... Column n Company X1: Co. ABC Co.XYZ Co.Acme Company X2: Co. SEB Co. Becme Co. Cecme .... Company Xn: Co. X1 Co. ABC Co. Acme

I have a small sample that has 20.000 rows and 25 columns of data of 1946 unique companies downloaded from my schools database. This means that doing this by hand would take forever!

The data has many duplicates which makes this complicated. The first column shows company name and columns 2...n present connections. Like this:

Column1 Column2 Column 3 ...... Column n Company X1: Co. ABC Co. XYZ Co. Acme Company X1: Co. ABC Company X1: Co.Acme Company X1: Co. XyZ Co. ABC

In this example Company X1 is connected to companies ABC, XYZ and Acme. The formula should be able to filter/omit overlapping entries.

I have a group of employees who work different divisions and work is not done everyday. I want to count the unique values of a division (only once) per day that the division shows up. Within a week, workers in a division might work 3 days and not other days. I've tried a few array formulas but they count unique within a range and I need the unique value to be based on the selected cell.

Please see attached : Unique Values In Between Dates.xlsx

I need to know how to read all the criteria1 brought by the autofilter (in the dropdown box) from one column one by one and then print the table. Is that possible? I've read that it's hard but never read how to do that.

I have a list of Window sizes and types in Range B4:B:43. The descriptions repeat because in Column K I am listing a location for each window in a house.

Example: B K 3050 SH 1/1 Dining Room 3050 SH 1/1 Kitchen 2030 Fixed Foyer 2030 Fixed Living Room

In the Same sheet Starting on B:45 I want a list of only Unique Window Types:

B:45 and Down: 3050 SH 1/1 2030 Fixed

I'd like this to automatically appear after populating the first list. I used an advanced filter the first time and it worked, but it is not reliable and sometimes returns duplicate values or give me an error message. Plus once again having it happen automatically as the list will change each time I access the sheet would be great.

If i lookup a value in the range A1:A12, say Sep-12, i need to get the cell address instead of the value of the row. but i know how to get cell address using CELL function. but i need to get cell address when i lookup the value.because lookup value will be dynamic.

In column CT between rows 11:210 is the vertical data that includes duplicates. I am looking to create a formula that can lookup each value between CT11:CT210 and return only the unique values horizontally starting in cell CW9 and onwards.

Example: CT11:CT14 looks like 5x20 6x4 5x20 5x8 and so on and so forth..

I would then like this formula to return the above data (which goes all the way to CT210) in this format starting in cell CW9 - 5x20 then CX9 - 6x4 and finally CY9 - 5x8.

I got a good start on what I need to do from this thread here: [URL] ......

A user will use a userform to enter in results from a room inspection into one sheet and then on another sheet selects the maid and it pull up the matching room inspections. I wish to then limit it to a date range which can be found in two cells.

Currently cells D2:H2 contain the array

[Code] ......

and cells D3:H3 contain

[Code] .........

I would like to further limit those searches by restricting the date range, Cells D4 and E4 contain the first of the month and last of the month respectively.

I would like to avoid the easy answer, start a new workbook each month, but I won't be the person entering the data or using the separate sheet to conduct performance reviews so it needs to be one workbook that lasts from month to month.

Each product is represented by a serial number (column A). The can be sorted on column A from smallest to largest prior to calculating results if that helps.

The repair list contains 1 entry per spare part used, so the same serial number may occur several times.

Furthermore, a product may have been repaired on several instances - so the serial numbers can span several dates (column B).

The solution i am looking for should return the number of unique repair dates per serial number. That way i can see, how many times each product has been repaired. Results can be displayed in an individual column.

I have a sheet named "XYZ Activity" with meeting dates in column B starting with cell B4. There are duplicates in this list, that should only be viewed as one meeting. On another sheet, each company that attends the meeting has a specific join date found in Column C (C4 is the first company start date). I am trying to figure out an equation that will count how many meetings the company could have attended. I already calculate the total meetings they have attended using either of the following equations:

If I have multiple entries with different but repeatable text values in one column - how do I count all unique ones ? Is there a function or does it have to be a pivot table of sth ?

Today I am having a very annoying problem that really has me stumped – I need to work out the lag between a Due Date and Delivered Date

But as people sometimes manage to deliver on the Due Date it needs to show a zero (as in they got it in on time) but using the formula below the result is a 1 and I want a zero

Can anyone help me please? I have tried putting assorted -1s in to the formula and it looks like it might work until I copy down and find that if a person delivered one day early the result shows -3 for example!

I have searched through a lot of other posts, but I can't seem to make the recommendations work for my given scenario. I have a sheet that compiles information for different dates (based on a query that is run by the user), and in column H I have a start time that is listed in this format "m/d/yyyy h:mm."

What I need to do is find all of the unique dates "m/d/yyyy" from this given range, and return them in column O.

For example, I will have the following information:

I've come across a formula that I can't seem to get my mind fully around. I have a time-tracking sheet for employees that includes, among other fields, DATE and MILEAGE.

In my particular spreadsheet, DATE is from A2:A31 and MILEAGE is from G2:G31. The date column is set to the correct data type (date) and mileage is a general field and only has integers entered into it.

What I would like to do is count the number of unique dates on which mileage has been entered (field is not empty). If the total mileage for a day is less than 20, then do not count it. The reason for this is because an employee is entitled to be compensated for the total mileage of all service calls of a particular day minus 20 kilometers. If an employee, for whatever reason, enters say, 5km for the day, they should not be deducted 15km as would happen if the date was counted.

For example, if Jack traveled a total of 500km spread over 5 days, he is entitled to be compensated for 500 - (20 * 5) = 400km. The trick here is that if Joe has time billed on 6 unique days but only entered mileage on 5 of them, the formula still needs to return 5.

This formula sums up the total mileage traveled and then subtracts 20 * number of unique days. The problems with it is that it still counts days on which no mileage was claimed (corresponding mileage field is empty). In addition, if the total accumulated mileage for a day is less than 20 then it is also still counted.

I have a list of dates and I want sort them by growth, also only to show the values after specific dates. I know how to do it with Macro, I just need list changing dynamically.

I have searched for a 'simple' solution to this but I only ever seem to find complex and indepth examples.

I summarise web hit information then chart it so I can look for trendlines. I get good info from the stat company so I can see where folk are coming from, search engine, weblink etc etc.

Once I have summarized it I have date running along the column headers then it is broken down through the rows so I have

Total Hits Total Paid Advertising Total Search Engine

And so on for my rows

As the days go on the data gets harder and harder to read so I was hoping I could use some kind of OFFSET function to select my data. So if my dates run from 2/11/07 to today I would like to perhaps say to Excel that I might want to see 20/11/07 to 20/12/07 in my chart.

I have plenty space to put the start and end date and I have a basic block of data.

I have attached an excel sheet for your reference. I have particular debit values that are to be added between the dates. And Dates are also derived by formula based of payment term.

The ones I need to modify is Highlighted in Yellow. The values to be added is in "Customer Statement" and in H Column

These dates also have formula by which there are derived

-------------------------Current Ageing------------------------- Date Range

Bucket Amount Percent Start Date End Date[code].....

I am USing =SUMIFS('Customer Statement'!$A:$A,'Customer Statement'!$H:$H,"=" & E11) but does not work.

I need a Macro (not formula) which compares the comma separated values present in Column "I" with individual values present in Column "D" and generate the count of unique values in Column "J".

I have some data with recurring key values and differing values in the second column, I need to produce a unique list of key values with the second values concatenated together.(See below)

The data can be 10 rows to 5000 and I can have anything from 5 to 150 sheets (Separate data sets), a macro would go a long way to keeping me sane.

Sample data Required Output A | B Z 1| 10 | a 10,a,b,c 2| 10 | b 11,a 3| 10 | c 12,a,b 4| 11 | a 5| 12 | a 6| 12 | b

Main Main Main Second Second Last Last Last Last Last

The quantity and text of these labels in the list will always change so they will not fall in the same order

What I want to do is in A1 return the first unique name (Main) then in A2 return the second unique name (Second) and so on until the list ends. I can't perform any kind of filter as I require the value to perform part of a concatenated text

Return from a range of cells the value that is unique within the range. Note: assume there is no finite set of unique values that I can lookup within the range. attached workbook. Need direction on a cell formula in B7 that isolates any unique value.

1. Using a formula, I am trying to to obtain a list of unique values (string) (caveat: see #2) from the range E2:E10000 (arbitrarily chose 10000 - the row number is variable)(see #3).

I currently have a formula that seems to work for this purpose but I don't know how to add the condition in #2 (below)

2. To include all unique string values except those starting with the letters "IC"

3. Is there a way to make this formula so that it can only seek values up to the last row, and not go to the 10000th row if not necessary? The E column has no empty cells until after the last row that contains data.

Here is the formula I currently use which serves #1 (above):

[Code] .....

Any way to improve/simplfy this formula for the purpose describbed in #1? How can I add the condition in #2? Can you see a way to include #3? The most important issue here is #2.

Example of desired results:

Column A | Column B AA | AA DD | CC AA | DD CC | DD | DD | IC | IC |

I'm running into an issue trying to calculate unique values in a Data column based on a few variables in other columns.

My current formula in Summary tab D4:D19 is {=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(Data!$I$3:$I$66<$E$1,IF(Data!$A$3:$A$66=$H$1, IF(Data!$C$3:$C$66=A4,ROW(Data!$I$3:$I$66)))),ROW(Data!$I$3:$I$66)),1)) + SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(Data!$I$3:$I$66<$E$1,IF(Data!$A$3:$A$66=$I$1, IF(Data!$C$3:$C$66=A4,ROW(Data!$I$3:$I$66)))),ROW(Data!$I$3:$I$66)),1))}

This is currently counting the number of times a date value (data column I) appears for that name (A4:A19) in the data when meeting all of the conditions. I need it to instead count the number of times a unique date appears for that name with the additional conditions met (which all appear to work fine).

The results in the pink highlighted cells (Summary column D) should be:

Names starting with A - 3 All others - 2

I've left some other columns in the data with X's so that I can easily convert this back to my working spreadsheet.