Trying to do a work project that collates the number of depots that don't have manifests and trunk headers.

  • Column A: Depot Numbers
  • Column B: No Manifest record (i.e if Colum B 2 - 200 contains "value x" then means no manifest)
  • Column C: Same as column B but for Trunk Headers instead of Manifests

  • Column D: List of Depot numbers in numerical order (2 - 200)

  • Column E: Collated total of "no manifests" from column B "cells 2 - 200" if column A collates with the relevant Depot Number (i.e Column D4 will be Depot 3 and E4 will show the total number of Depot 3's that don't have manifests collated from Column A and B (column A is depot number & column B is no manifest))
  • Column F: Same as Column E but for No Trunk Header instead of No Manifest.

Can someone please assist as I'm not sure if I need REGEXMATCH or something else.

  • pls share a copy of your sheet and include an example of desired output – user0 Apr 9 at 23:36
  • There is a link to the spreadsheet, I decided to change it a little bit. Basically trying to get Colum D and E to display the total count for each depot from Column A and B. Needs to search for a "Text Value" then increase the count in Column D and E that corresponds to the given Depot number – Daniel Hall Apr 10 at 0:15
  • which means if UKD002 if found in A2:A200 it needs to increase the corresponding value in Column D by 1 for UKD002 (if that makes sense?) – Daniel Hall Apr 10 at 0:19
  • nope, not a close, pls provide some more details. it's just not clear what's the logic nor how should the final result look like. do you want to count unique occurrences from column A if found in column C ?? – user0 Apr 10 at 0:32

 "select Col1,count(Col1) 
  where Col1 is not null 
  group by Col1 
  label count(Col1)''"), 2, 0)))


demo spreadsheet

  • Thank you for your formula, although I have a question as I pasted this formula in Cell D2 and it returns a #REF! error saying data in the cell would be replaced if formula was placed in that cell. Error Array result was not expanded because it would overwrite data in D3. – Daniel Hall Apr 10 at 1:06
  • yeah. delete stuff in D3 onwards to be able this formula to roll out – user0 Apr 10 at 1:18

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