# Countif Function Work On Multiple Criteria

Apr 15, 2009Can countif function work on multiple criteria to look on?

this are the criteria.

SA SL 1.0SA SL 0.5SA VL 1.0SA VL 0.5SA SLWOP 1.0SA SLWOP 0.5SA VLWOP 1.0SA VLWOP 0.5SUSPRD

Can countif function work on multiple criteria to look on?

this are the criteria.

SA SL 1.0SA SL 0.5SA VL 1.0SA VL 0.5SA SLWOP 1.0SA SLWOP 0.5SA VLWOP 1.0SA VLWOP 0.5SUSPRD

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I need to count rows that meet 2 criteria.

I have seen this help page

http://www.ozgrid.com/Excel/count-if.htm

but that counts rows with "criteria 1" OR "criteria 2"...

I need to count rows that fulfill "criteria 1" AND "criteria 2"

ie - count the rows that have todays date AND a cell that says "COMPLETE"

ideally it would be as easy as "=countif(A:F,"today()","COMPLETE") but that doesn't work... any way around this???

I have a large amount of student demographic, course, and class data on an

Excel worksheet for an entire school district. The ethnic code for each

student is a single alpha character. I need to find a way to get a total for

each ethnic code in each course when filtering by each course.

Each column of data has a header and I am using the Auto-filter feature for

filtering. Is there a way that the COUNTIF function can be set up for each

ethnic code so that it will count from the filtered data? If not, is there

any other function, or nested functions, that will work?

I tried to answer a problem on here by giving this formula: = COUNTIF(A1:B6,"=""")

but it doesn't work on my machine. Nor does =COUNTIF(A1:B6,"<>"""). In either case, the effect is as if all cells in the range are non-blank. But the result of =A1="" is "TRUE". Neither syntax is rejected by Excel; in fact, if you omit one of the quotes, the syntax is corrected to the form shown. So I am curious. Does this work normally, but some setting in my machine is stopping it? Or, if it never works, why is it not giving a syntax error? I am using Excel 2000.

i want to use Countif() when 3 ceritera are true

ceritera

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1) Branch Name

2) Status

3) Login Date

can this be done by any mean

what I'm trying to do is to make a logbook for a machining center. Each part has an op10 and an op20, essentially front and back. And each part number falls into the category of OS or FS. I've used AND logic to make tables in hidden columns to be used by a countif statement to determine my totals. I.e. to determine if a scroll is completed, op20 has a a value of 1 AND column C is "OS".

I use

=IF(AND(A9=1;C9="OS");1;" ")

Then I countif criteria is 1 in the column i created with that statement.

That works just fine. Now what I want to do is to be able to create daily totals of OS and FS by simply modifying a variable date in a formula. So I'd like to essentially say: Countif Column C =OS and Corresponding column D = 1, and corresponding Shift date = 10.02.12(date to be variable). I'm at a wall here. Is there any way to do this somewhat simply?

I'm trying to count multiple criteria from a second page in a work book, all the formulas i've looked up and tried do not seem to work... here's the formulas i've tried. DKOBULAR is the name of the 2nd page. D is the column used for the different resolves.

=COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveA")+COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveB")+COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveC")+ COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveD")

=COUNT(IF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveA",IF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveB",IF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveC",IF(DKOBULAR! D:D="resolveD")))))

In Excel 2003, I need a countif to check for 2 criteria: (1) the left function looking for the value "Territory" in column A and (2) value > 0 in column G. I only want to count the rows where both the criteria are met. I have tried different combinations of countif including "and" in the formula, but I cannot get it to work. What is the proper syntax?

View 9 Replies View RelatedI need to create a formula which counts the number of times a username appears in column X based on a given value in Column Y. This data will not be static - will need to be refreshed regularly. Countif does not support multiple criteria - what is the best way to create this formula?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI need a formula to count cells E7:E500 that say "Submitted" but only if cells R7:R500 say "PPB".

My original formula below is counting all cells except for the ones that say "PPB"

=COUNT(IF(E7:E500="Submitted",IF(R7:R50="PPB",'E7:E500)))

I haven't been this deep into excel before. The deeper I look, the more potential I recognize, the more amazed I get. That being said, I have come to a tough count issue. Let me attempt to explain as precisely as possible.

My current worksheet is large but I am only particularly concerned with two columns of information (Regions) and (Days). The logic I am attempting is something along the lines of Count If Region = East, or West, and Days is greater than 0, less than 60.

I am open to any and all suggestions on how to tackle this situation. I have been able to achieve similar counts by using pivot tables but the dynamic nature of these two columns presents some difficulties that my “new user” mind has been unable to work through.

I have a bunch of cells that i want to count in a table based on 2 criteria. The first would be checking whether or not it matches a certain text which i can do. Now i have a column for "Completed Date" and "Deadline Date". Each deadline date is different. I know i need some sort of array function in there to compare all the completed dates vs deadline dates but i just can't think of it. This will be the second criteria.

View 3 Replies View Related=COUNTIF(A$2:T$1001,V2 & W2 & X2 & Y2)

I want to copy and paste this formula down column Z.

I want to count or add 1, only when a row of 20 cells (A to T) contains all 4 criteria in V W X Y.

I'm a marketer trying to find all calls within a week that are longer than 300 seconds. I'd prefer not to use a pivot table because of client issues.

=COUNTIF(A:A,1)-COUNTIF(F:F,"

I need to add all cells within multiple ranges where the characters "A", "S" and "D" occur.

=SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIF(INDIRECT({"C22:C25","C28:C32"}),{"A","S","D"}))

I need to create a formula that counts the number of times that an age range appears within a column. In column G, there is a list of ages based on a demographic collection. The ages range from 13 to 50+. I want to designate another cell to count the number of times the characters between 13 and 18 occur within that column. I have =COUNTIF(G8:G20,"13") How do I add "14", "15", "16", "17", and "18"?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI am trying to use countif to count the number of times a unique items occurs in multiple worksheets.

For example, I want to count number of times "ITEM1" occurs in row 1 of sheets1, sheets2, sheets3, sheet4, etc. It may look like this:

Sheet1 = 4 entries

Sheet2 = 22 entries

Sheet3 = 5 entries

Sheet4 = 10 entries

So the entire count would be 41 total.

Can I use the "countif" function using a group of sheets as the range and the criteria on a separate sheet or manually typed in?

I have tried and continue to get the #VALUE error.

OR

Can I do the same thing and perform the "countif" function by using a specific value as the way to count?

How many tickets are created and fixed by a user for a certain period. See below. I've tried countif but it doesn't seem to be working for many criteria.

Start Date

11/1/2012

End Date

11/31/2012

Assigned To

Created

Fixed

[Code] .....

How to use countif in Excel 2003, for multiple range and criteria ? Can 'Nested ifs' be used? If so, a sample of such ifs

View 3 Replies View RelatedI want to be able to look at two columns and set a criteria to count. I want to look at column A and if its blank then look at column B and if it has a value of more than 0 then count.

A B

1 1.00

2 Yes 4.78

3

4 5.00

5 Yes 4.89

6 11.99

So this example would count 3

I'm trying to write this but it returns a 0 when I know there are 3 records that match this criteria: =SUMPRODUCT(('Invoice-Detail'!J2:J50="NewJob_Post.NET")*('Invoice-Detail'!H2:H50="KY_*")). I think the problem is in the wildcard character. I don't know if I should be using COUNTIF or SUMPRODUCT or something else?

View 3 Replies View RelatedI am stuck trying to add another criteria to an existing formula.

On my sheet "Data" i have the following formula in column AF2

=IF(Z2="","A",Z2-AE2)

If Z2 (Payment Date) is Blank then return "A" in AF2, however if Payment Date has an actual date in the cell then minus AE2 (Received Date) from the Payment date.

This gives me the "Receipt to Pay" number E.g. 6 days from receiving to paying an invoice.

I now need to add another criteria to this and i cant fathom it.

I need to do the following:

If Payment Date (Z1) is Blank and Invoice Status (T2) is "Loaded" then Minus Received Date (AE2) from Todays Date, while also retaining the last part of original Formula Z2-AE2 if the first criteria is not met.

(I have put =TODAY() in Cell AG1 for ease).

What do i need to do to add this into the formula. Do i need to use IFS function?

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PassPassPass----

PassFailPass----

PassFailFail----

FailFailFail----

What formula should I use to show "Pass" if a student passed all three subjects, "FAIL" If student did not pass in any subject and "TRY AGAIN" if he passed at least one subject? I can't seem to accurately plot "IF" formula. Should add in "AND" / "OR" as well?

Bid Manager Probability of Success Total Fee

cp 25% 675,000

rz 40% 18,383,541

nw 50% 8,700,000

cp 10% 4,500,000

ap 50% 1,200,000

kd 50% 49,500

sl 25% 3,200,000

bc 20% 310,000

sl 20% 3,460,000

nm 30% 6,750,000

at 50% 23,000,000

ap 30% 367,500

rn 40% 13,750,000

I have a list of commodity and percentages of success with fees in the 3rd column

I need a function to count the records with multiple criteria e.g greater than 20% but less than 30%.

Second i need a function when it complies to previous formula it should give fee total pertaining to that count.

I have this function that works on line 3 and if the conditions are met, the result is 1

=SUMPRODUCT(--(IfColor(B3,$A$76)*(SUMPRODUCT(--(D3D4)))))

Here how it works, if B3 is the same color as the reference cell $A$76 and D3 is different than D4 then the result is 1

I would like this function to work from line 3 to line 60 and return the total of lines where the conditions are met. I'm thinking of a =COUNTIF function but can't get something to work. If there is a simpler way, it's even better. The IfColor is a function I wrote in VBA,

I have table product that include (wide 1,wide 2,thick 1,thick 2,long 1,long 2,Price) And I have table transaction than have wide, thick, long and price)

I want that price in table transaction fill automaticly from table product where ( wide between wide 1 and wide 2 ) and

( thick between thick 1 and thick 2 ) and ( long between long 1 and long 2 )

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I have two documents, and I need to search data in document 1 based on information given in document 2. On document 1 I have ID number and date range and on document 2 I have ID number and date. Date needs to be in the date range, and ID numbers must be the same.

Please see tables below for the reference.

Document 1

Document 2 ID Start date End Date Data

ID Date Data 11 01/01/2009 31/12/2010 Data 1

11 05/05/2011 22 01/01/2010 31/12/2010 Data 2

22 08/08/2010 22 01/01/2011 31/12/2011 Data 3

33 01/01/2012 33 01/01/2012 31/12/2012 Data 4

11 02/02/2009 33 01/01/2010 31/12/2011 Data 3

11 01/02/2011 31/12/2011 Data 2

Find Function with Multiple criterias. Ex-

ADC XE AD ADKO R Ad Know Op

ADC XE AD ADKO X Ad Know

ADC XE AD ADKOAd Know

KNE XE KN ACDA

If this is my data in Column A, I need to find the names which contains " R " and " X " in 16th digit. I can do it using find formula twice but is there a way to do it in on shot..?

The formula I'm using is =FIND(" R ",A1,16) it gives me numbers like 16, 17, 19, 20 etc but I'm interested only in 16 digit so I just filter for 16 and copy the data to seperate tab.

Need to use CountIFs formula to evaluate multiple conditions in the same column. Here is the formula I tried. It works for Resolved but returns 0 when i try to add Duplicate.

=COUNTIFS('P12 Source'!H:H,A18,'P12 Source'!F:F,"Resolved,duplicate")

Also used this formula with success by referencing a cell that had "Resolved" in it but when I tried to add another cell with "Duplicate" it again returned 0.

=COUNTIFS('P12 Source'!$H:$H,A19,'P12 Source'!$F:$F,'P12 Source'!$F$75)

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