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Formula Forensics-No. 036: Calculating Costs that Vary by Year and Age

Published on Nov 26, 2013 in Excel Howtos, Formula Forensics, Posts by Sajan

In this episode of Formula Forensics, lets talk about how to build a model where costs vary per year and age. In this example, we are talking about a plantation project. The costs & yields of plants vary by the year they are planted in and the age of plants. In this case, how do we calculate the total costs or returns with formulas?

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Formula Forensics No. 032 – Creating Dynamic Charts with Non-Contiguous Data

Published on Dec 4, 2012 in Formula Forensics, Posts by Sajan
Formula Forensics No. 032 – Creating Dynamic Charts with Non-Contiguous Data

There are many web pages devoted to Excel Charts and there are many web pages devoted to Creating Dynamic Ranges, but a lot of these suffer when the data is poorly organised or non-contiguous.

Today we look at a Technique for Creating Dynamic Charts with Non-Contiguous Data.

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Formula Forensics No. 031 – Production Scheduling using Excel

Published on Oct 11, 2012 in Excel Howtos, Formula Forensics, Posts by Sajan
Formula Forensics No. 031 – Production Scheduling using Excel

Your the production manager and have a need to schedule uneven resource across uneven requirements, how can you do that?
Well today we’ll look at Resource Allocation and Scheduling using Excel to do the hard work

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Formula Forensics No. 030 – Extracting a Sorted, Unique List, Grouped by Frequency of Occurrence

Published on Oct 4, 2012 in Formula Forensics, Posts by Sajan
Formula Forensics No. 030 – Extracting a Sorted, Unique List, Grouped by Frequency of Occurrence

Today at Formula Forensics, Guest author Sajan shows us how to extract a sorted, unique list of items, displaying the most frequently occurring items first, while restricting the output based on some additional criteria.

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