This formula sums all the sums in column C by date:
=sort(transpose(QUERY(inservice!A3:C200, "select SUM(C) where A is not null pivot A", 0)), 1, FALSE)
You might want to check the QUERY function, which is what solves your problem. I used TRANSPOSE and SORT in order to keep your presentation style.
Google Sheets doesn't have a built-in function that directly returns something to tell us if a cell is merged or not. Perhaps the closer function is CELL(info_type, reference) with the first parameter specifying the type of information that should be returned. Unfortunately it doesn't include an "info_type" for merged/un-merged.
On the other hand, it's a ...
Instead of using comparison like B2=Casula!$A:$A use NOT(ISNA(MATCH(B2,Casula!$A$2:$A,0))).
=IF(NOT(ISNA(MATCH(B2,Casula!$A$2:$A,0))),"Casula",IF(NOT(ISNA(MATCH(B2,Miranda!$A$2:$A,0))),"Miranda",IF(NOT(ISNA(MATCH(B2,Parramatta!$A$2:$A,0))),"Parra",IF(NOT(ISNA(MATCH(B2,Leichhardt!$A$2:$A,0))),"Leich","NOT IN USE"))))
NOTE: Using long ...
Well, it's clunky, but this works: INDIRECT("R" & ROW() & "C" & COLUMN(),false)
e.g. = AND(INDIRECT("R" & ROW() & "C" & COLUMN(),false) <> "Financial",INDIRECT("R" & ROW() & "C" & COLUMN(),false) <> "Income")
I could make it a lot neater if I could pack some of this into a custom function, but I can't seem to ...
The Google Sheets API documentation includes an article about Date and Number formats. According to this article, the default conditions that could be used are for negative, positive, and zero . They could be customized to something like low, high and in between but in this case, adding ordinal suffixes, this isn't enough as the rules are more complex.
I'd like to replace occurences found in Column A (Cell A2:A200) so that if I enter 2/02/002 or 343 or 98/098 it auto-replaces it with UKD002/UKD343/UKD098.
To replace a value automatically (just after it was typed) on Google Sheets use an onEdit, simple or installable, Google Apps Script triggers.
=OR(D$2="Sat",D$2="Sun") is the custom formula I use to change column colour if the header (line 2 in the sheet) is Sat or Sun.
To use a full word, just type it inside the quotation marks.
The dollar sign $ locks the formula to row 2 over the range. So if you put the Dollar Sign $ in front of the column letter, it will check the column instead of the row.
You have to "stack" your columns.
You can do that using the following formula:
EDIT (following your comment):
On the first formula the concatenator operators & are missing. The correct syntax is
=QUERY(sheet1!A:F,"select count(D) where D=7 and A = '"&B2&"'",0)
Regarding the second formula B isn't a valid reference.
To count the number of times the value 7 exists for each user you could
use GROUP BY if you want that the row header be calculated ...
What you need is this:
="en:" & B2 & ", es:" & C2 & ", it:" & D2 & ", pt:" & E2
(following your comment)
To preserve/include quotation marks("), escape/prepend your "s with another ".
In your case you should use:
="""en"":""" & B2 & """, ""es"":""" & C2 & """, ""it"":""" & D2 & """, ""pt"":""" &...
In C2 enter this formula :
Breakdown of the formula :
Regexmatch returns TRUE or FALSE if A2 contains any of the words in column B. TEXJOIN ...
There is my idea. But I think it's not a cute
REGEXREPLACE(A1,".*((Jul|Jun) 2019).*", "⚛$1"),
for the string 0dfsa sd - Jun 2019 sadfdf sdf - Jul 2019 asdfasdf - Augx
There is another regexp ".*(Jun 2019|Jul 2019).*" It also works fine.
My final fantasy is
"- May 2019| - Jun ...
There are no errors because there's no data : IMPORTXML retrieve every data corresponding to a specific Xpath query and will not display anything if there's nothing.
Conclusion : IFERROR is useless here.
However what you can do is concatenate your IMPORTXML queries using | like this :
You can use IF with a REGEXMATCH function or FILTER for the same result without QUERY.
If you really want a Query, here's a fix :
Try this instead
=QUERY('01'!A2:D4, "select B,C,D where A = '"&A2&"' order by B")
Can you explain your needs a little more, with a screenshot of expected result perhaps ?
If what you want is to import to Test2 from Test1 a range of cells (A1:A2), the formula should be:
If on the other want to import just a single cell (A1) the formula would be:
By default when you use HH:MM it's a TIME type of format
Format is TIME :
Format is DURATION :
01/01/2019 + 25:00:00 = 02/01/2019 01:00:00 with the TIME format.
01/01/2019 + 25:00:00 = 1043209:00:00 when using the DURATION format.
Conclusion : try using HH:MM:SS to avoid futur format problems with ...
I think LOOKUP is maybe overkill to do this ?
Try instead this :
10 | 5
9 | 5
8 | 4
7 | 4
6 | 3
5 | 3
4 | 2
3 | 2
2 | 1
1 | 1
Formula used in B1 : =ARRAYFORMULA(ROUND(A1:A10/2,0))
Edit : if you want to use LOOKUP, try to ...
I found a way to do this.
First, I brought all the unique values from Columns D-G of Sheet1 to a single column in Sheet 2 with this:
So that sorted the names into alphabetical order (Col B) and number of instances of each in the next column (Col C). Then, on that Sheet2, ...
date '"&TEXT(TODAY(), "yyyy-mm-dd")&"'"
The last " should be placed in a proper place in order to have a text value as the second argument of QUERY.
'TODAY()' doesn't returns Today's date, it returns a string with the word TODAY followed by parenthesis.