I am again trapped in a situation where I can’t figure how to do it.
Basically, here is replica of the table I need to work on.
A B C D E F G 1 Months MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2 Jan Yes No N/A Yes Yes MayBe 3 Feb No No MayBe Yes N/A No 4 Jan No Yes MayBe MayBe Yes No 5 Apr No No MayBe Yes N/A No 6 May No Yes MayBe MayBe Yes No 7 Jan Yes No N/A Yes Yes MayBe 8 Feb Yes Yes N/A N/A No MayBe 9 Apr No Yes MayBe MayBe Yes No 10 Yes Yes No N/A MayBe MayBe
Now, on another tab I want to calculate all the Yes and MayBe in one cell for Jan and on another cell, I want to count all the No and N/A for Jan.
Same way I want to count for Feb and Apr… all the months from column A.
so for Jan, I will have count of 12 which includes all the Yes and MayBe and 6 for all the No and N/A.
I hope this make sense.
Is there anyway to achieve this by formula only?
Thanks in advance.
Yes. You need to use array formulas. Obviously you’ll need to correct the ranges. I have put my data arranged in the same way as you, just less columns and rows. When you input an array formula like this one, you need to type
ENTER in the cell for it to calculate properly.
=SUM(IF($A$2:$A$9="Jan",IF($B$2:$C$9="Yes", 1, 0), 0)) + SUM(IF($A$2:$A$9="Jan",IF($B$2:$C$9="Maybe", 1, 0), 0))
This has worked on my local example.
It might be easier with SUMPRODUCT, i.e.
If you want the months to have multiple criteria then you can use MATCH for those too, e.g. for “Yes” or “Maybe” in “Feb” or “Apr”