# Sumif & Sumproduct (combined Together)

Oct 29, 2008i would to combined these together

can this be done

i would to combined these together

can this be done

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I am having a list consisting of two columns. Column A describes a "product" and the currency directly below. In column B i have the quantity of the product and below the value. Now i have products in USD and EUR and would like to only sum up the quantity of all products which are in USD. A simple example is attached and i calculated the target valua manually. The values i would like to sum are market in red.

View 1 Replies View Relatedi'm trying to perform an operation that gets the standard deviation of all open status. See my formula.

=SUMPRODUCT(($D$4:$D$1591="open")*1,($H$4:$H$1591)*1,(STDEVA($H$4:$H$1591)))

I have a sumproduct function picking up data from a different worksheet. Because i have to much data it takes too much memory and it doesnt run that smoothly. Therefore i have hardcoded the function and tried to evaluate it using the EVAL() function from the morefunc add-in. However i don't get it to work. It continuously returns #VALUE.

This is the code i am trying to evaluate

SUMPRODUCT(--('Retrieve Depletions'!$A$4:$A$5000=$D4),--('Retrieve Depletions'!$B$4:$B$5000=$E4),--('Retrieve Depletions'!$C$4:$C$5000=$F4),--('Retrieve Depletions'!$D$4:$D$5000=$G4),--('Retrieve Depletions'!$E$4:$E$5000=$I4),--('Retrieve Depletions'!$F$4:$F$5000=$J4),'Retrieve Depletions'!H$4:H$5000)

I know how to use the large function when looking for a specific criteria as the example below illustrates:

Code:

=IFERROR(LARGE(IF('2012'!$D$1:$D$7="Green",'2012'!$C$1:$C$7),1),"-")

What I'm trying to do is take this one step further and not only find the nth largest numbers in a set of data based on a particular criteria, but also sum those numbers because they repeat in a table: for example a sample table is below:

Account Accout # Store # channel $ sales

A 1000 10001 green $100

B 1001 10011 green $230

A 1000 10002 green $120

C 1002 10021 brown $145

A 1000 10003 green $100

D 1003 10031 red $20

B 1001 10012 green $50

So what I'm basically attempting to do is bring in the nth largest accounts within the "green" channel. Now if these were the top 5 stores I was looking for, the formula from above would suffice. However since this deals with accounts and the account # repeat I need to bring in the total sum of those repeating accounts instead of just one of the unique stores. So if I was seeking the largest account (NOT store) within the "green" channel the correct values this formula would be:

Account A $320

I would imagine we would need to combine a sumif with a large function or maybe involve sumproduct somehow.

I have two columns of data that I need to use SUMPRODUCT on. However, in one of the columns, there might be text after the number. The text can be several different characters. I only want to use the numbers, never the text. Also, there are usually blank cells within Column B and at the bottoms of both columns because this formula is going into a template for future worksheets that all have differing numbers of rows.

Example:

14T

16

40

20

150

97L

67

13

12

For the above example, I want the result to be 9879 (14*16 + 40*0 + 20*150 + 97*67 + 13*12 + 0*0 + 0*0 = 9879).

I've tried using the LEFT function to only get the numbers before any text, but I can't make it work with the blank cells at the bottoms of the columns.

Basically I have an equation:

=SUMPRODUCT(G9:G11,H9:H11)/SUM(G9:G11)

It's just a simple percentage calculator for my purposes and works fine as is. However, I want to make it dynamic whereby from a user input the length of the array will increase or decrease, e.g. G9-G11 will become G9-G12 if there are four rows occupied with data. For all my other SUMming equations I have solved this and even came up with what I think is a perfectly valid solution for this one. The one problem is that it doesn't work when combined into a single equation.

My solution for the upper part of the fraction is this:

"A1"=SUMPRODUCT(INDIRECT("G9:G"&MIN(ROW(G9)+A8-1)),INDIRECT("H9:H"&MIN(ROW(H9)+A8-1)))

Where the user inputs the number of rows used in A8.

The solution for the lower part of the fraction is this:

"A2"=SUM(INDIRECT("G9:G"&ROW(G9)+A8-1))

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I have a report I am attempting to populate with data from a pivot table in another worksheet. Column A holds all the reference numbers (primary key), column B contains various start dates, and I want column C to contain all the payments made since the start date for each reference number.

The source data is a pivot table with Row = Reference number, column = transaction date, values = transaction amounts. This is an extremely large table, as I'm processing data from almost 1,200 cases, which each have around 20 payments spread over the last year, on completely random days. What I would like to do is build a formula in my report which looks up the records for the reference number from column A, and then adds up all the payments which have been made after the date in column B (and ignore any payments in the table which are before that date).

And to make things more complicated:

if an error is generated, it needs to return as 0, not #N/AThe report has the dates in UK format dd/mm/yyyy, but the pivot table has the dates in SQL format: yyyy-mm-ddThe pivot table is connected to a SQL database via ODBC and has to refresh every time it is opened.

=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A2,'Transactions'!$A$2:$B$1194,2,FALSE)),0,VLOOKUP(A2,'Transactions'!$A$2:$B$1194,2,FALSE))

ColAColBColC

1 FA4,000.00 10%

2 CB1,500.00 15%

3 FA7,500.00 15%

4 AA700.00 5%

5 JG250.00 5%

6 FA1,200.00 5%

7 AA900.00 5%

8 CB175.00 15%

9 FA2,000.00 2%

At the foot of the spreadsheet I would like to show the total of the calculation

Col B * Col C, if Col A shows a value of "FA"

Having veiwed similar posts, I believe SUMPRODUCT may be the correct formula, but I cannot seem to achieve the result I am looking for.

So in the example the desired result is 1,625 B1 * C1 + B3 * C3 + B6 * C6 + B9 * C9

How can I write a conditional sum formula that will skip a criterion when it is left blank?

I was able to make this work:

=CHOOSE(COUNTA(B:B),SUMIFS(F1:F4,D1:D4,B1),SUMIFS(F1:F4,D1:D4,B1,E1:E4,B2))

where column B has the criteria.

I was wondering if there was a better way using Sumif or Sumproduct.

in colum A i have a list of dates, in colum B i have a list of amounts. what i need to get is the sum of the amounts where the dates in colum A are between the dates in cells C1 & D1. Tries sum producst but all I get is the total sum of colum B irrelevant of the date!

I have 4 columns, A B C and D. They are a mix of formats.

A= Name (text)

B= Date

C= Code (text)

D= Number

I need a formula that gives me the total from column D, provided conditions for columns A, B and C are met. The date condition is month only, so I'm using MONTH(1) for January etc.

I can find a formula if there are only three columns total (using SUMPRODUCT), but not 4.

I have a list of names and corresponding costs charged for each entry. The names appear multiple times for multiple costs charged, but contain any combination of characters after their name.

I am looking to get the sum of all entries for each name. I have tried the following formulae, but it does not return any information:

=SUMIF('Jan line items'!E:E,(CONTAINS:A:A),'Jan line items'!F:F)

I'm trying to do here is if a layaway has been paid off then there will be a tax amount in column C. IF there is tax in column C and column A has the word layaway (or the word way) in it then I need to find out how much the total of the layaway $ amount was. Meaning, to figure out how much the tax is for.

For example:

If the text in Column A contains the word way AND column C contains a $ amount then return the amount that the tax would be for. Of course this would be an accumulated amount for all of column C. So, if Layaway is in column A and $3.13 amount is in column C then it will return $50.00 as the original selling price. Tax here is .0625 %.

a1=good

a2 = 100

b1 = bad

b2 = 50

c1 = good

c2 = 100

would like to sum a2+b2+c2 only if a1,b1,c1 = good.

I need combining sumif & sumproduct. I have attached a file which explains what I need.

View 2 Replies View RelatedFrom some fleet data i am trying to total any journey which took place between two times.

The time format is hh:mm:ss. I want to total the miles travelled in each trip between 5pm and 5am for certain vehicles

Vehicle Registration is in colum A, the times of the journey are column B and the miles traveled are column D.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A2:A100=LG52RYT),--(B2:B1000=NOT Sure???, D2:D1000)

Would I use the above formular? And what would i put in the section i have marked "not sure"?

I need to convert the following formula to a Sumproduct so the link will not be broken when I close the linked workbook:

=SUMIF('Z:WUTDaily Report[2010 Monthly Rpt - CPM - Thru November only.xls]2010 Expense'!$E$231:$E$332,"M&R Parts D",'Z:WUTDaily Report[2010 Monthly Rpt - CPM - Thru November only.xls]2010 Expense'!AE231:AE332)

I need to add amounts in column B, based on column A’s account numbers, so I want to add only account numbers, say 17101 & 17201 and nothing else.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have a daily tracking sheet. I want (off to the right) to be able to enter start/end dates and have it sum the total grossage for JUST those dates alone. Which function do I use?

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I am using the SUMPRODUCT formula as a SUMIF with multiple conditions in the following format:

SUMPRODUCT(-(Range1=CellReference),-(Range2>0),Range3/Range2)

THis works with or without the 2nd condtion, but I thouht the "greater than 0" bit would eliminate the inclusion of 0's; however, the same #DIV/0 error occurs with or w/out that ">0" condtion as the 1st OR 2nd argument.

I speculated that b/c the final argument was dividing each paid of cells in either range instead of a typical sum, this caused the divisor error.

I am using the SUMIF formula to sum all the cells that meet a certain criteria and at the moment, this works fine. Now I want to extend the criteria to 2(3 later) conditions. I've read that the SUMIF function only handles 1 criteria. Is this correct? If so should I use SUMPRODUCT or DSUM? I eventually will have to check about 2000 cells in a workbook. Sample work book attached: where I need to total the price of all the items that are shoes and are red in colour. A pivot table beckons in the future, but for now I need this in a workbook format.

View 3 Replies View RelatedIm Trying to use a formula of countif or sumproduct

so the formula will read the range of cells from A2:A30 to see if the word Hydro is in any of those cells, then if the date range from Cell B2:B30 is from range =>Dec-01-2007 to =<Dec-31-2007, then it will count 1.

[Code] ........

But this formula doest count.

I've tried using a multiple if count if with arrays and sumproduct. I really want it to count the ammount of time the work hydro is used during the month on december .

I am trying to extract data all countries excluding Spain and Portugal and also exclude data for certain product classes (for example excluding Products X, Y and Z)

I have written the formula below which picks up data for certain criteria I have concatenated in tab "raw data" in column A:

=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF('Raw Data'!$A:$A,B7&D3,'Raw Data'!$W:$W)=('Raw Data'!I:I"Spain")*('Raw Data'!I:I"Portugal"))

Notes: Cells B7 and D3 are used match criteria in Raw Data A:A

Column W is the data that I need to extract i.e the numbers

Raw data I:I is a list of all countries

However this does not exclude Products X, Y and Z, only excludes countries Spain and Portugal.

I wondered if there was an easier way to create a formula?

Why won't this SUMPRODUCT work?

SUMPRODUCT(Sheet2!D1:D2000=OPEN,Sheet2!F1:F2000)

I have a range (D1:D2000) that contains a 'Status' value.

OPEN is a named range that refers to eight possible Status values: Assigned, New, Hold, Re-test, In Progress, Failed, Ready for Push, Coded

The formula should sum the values in F1:F2000 for any row containing one of the eight statuses in D1:D2000.

-I have 3 relevant columns, A, B and C with 999 rows

-Column A is a status indicator "Yes" or "No" are the only options

-Coumn B a list of vendor names, which requires the wildcard example:"*Verizon*"

-Column C is the data range that needs to be summed

Right now i have this:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A2:A999="No"),--(B2:B999="*VERIZON*"),C2:C999)

But, it seems sumproduct does not allow wildcard matches within it's "--" arrays. I am willing to try something else if possible, but I lack the excel knowledge to answer this myself.

Is there a way to replicate this code, so I don't have to Do the With [CODE] .......

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have a set of data as attached where the productivity of each staff is recorded on a daily basis.However, the cell in which their name is located on each tab of the day of the month might not be the same. I am thankful that the forum actually provided me with the formula located in cell c15.

1)However, I would appreciate if someone could translate what the formula means as I am not so sure what the formula represents.

2)The reason is I would like to calculate how many training days (TR), Medical Leave(ML) and Emergency Leave(EL) for the month of January for each staff.I tried modifying the formula but it didnt work.

3) Is it possible to use a vlookup function for this solution?

I have an array that contains order numbers, tracking numbers and shipment costs. I want to get the total value of the shipment cost per order. the problem is, there are some duplicate shipments (ie same tracking number) and I don't want to include those. I can't delete the duplicate entries from the database for reasons I won't go into here.

so I tired to use a formula like =SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,A1,B:B,B1)

A B C

11462046 CJ225083125US 10.51

11462051 CJ225082247US 17.04

11462046 CJ225083125US 10.51

11462046 CJ225083564US 22.40

the formula doesn't work (won't even let me enter it) but if it did, it should give a result of 32.91. it would add C1 and C4 (but not C3 because even though A3=A1, B# also equals B1 and that is what I don't want to add.

I think maybe a sumproduct formula is what is needed but the negative criteria is throwing me for a loop.

The attached spreadsheet has a "master" workesheet in which I enter customer info, salesperson info, and date. The totals spreadsheet automatically calculates number of sales, contact value.

I need to modify the following formulas to only calculate the data within a date range shown in 2 cells.

=COUNTIF(Master!A1:A176,PayPeriod!A4)

=SUMPRODUCT(--(Master!A1:A176=Totals!A4),(Master!K1:K176))

=E4SUMPRODUCT(--(Master!A1:A176=Totals!A4),(Master!K1:K176))

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