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Top 10 Excel Formulas for any situation

Published on Mar 27, 2019 in Learn Excel

Excel has hundreds of formulas. But as a new learner or user, you may want to just focus on top 10 formulas to get the most out of it. Assuming you already know the basics (check out Beginner Excel page if you are complete newbie), here is a list of top 10 Excel formulas for you.

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Introduction to Excel SUMIFS Formula

Published on May 25, 2018 in Learn Excel

Excel SUMIFS function is used to calculate the sum of values that meet any criteria. For example, you can calculate the total sales in east zone for product Pod Gun using SUMIFS formula.
In this article, you will learn:

• What is SUMIFS function and how to use it?
• Syntax for SUMIFS
• Using SUMIFS() with tables and structural references
• SUMIFS examples – simple, wild card
• Using SUMIFS() with date & time values
• Free sample file for SUMIFS formula
• More formulas for data analysis
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CP015: Handling big data, Controlling model railroad sets, Overcoming Excel obsession & more – ASK CHANDOO

Published on Jul 24, 2014 in Chandoo.org Podcast Sessions

In the 15th session of Chandoo.org podcast, lets answer some of your burning Excel questions.

What is in this session?

Around last week, I invited you to ask me anything. More than 150 people responded to this call and sent in their questions. Since answering all the questions is not possible, I handpicked roughly 10 questions to answer in this episode of Chandoo.org podcast.

In this podcast, you will learn,

1. How to fill blank cells with data from above
2. How to work with Big data in Excel
3. How to combine data from multiple sources & analyze it in Excel
4. How I am managing my life after starting Chandoo.org
5. How to create and distribute stand-alone Excel products
6. How to control a model railroad set using Excel VBA (not fully answered)
7. & more…
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CP010: Averages are Mean – 8 Techniques for making your analysis above average

Published on May 30, 2014 in Chandoo.org Podcast Sessions, Learn Excel

This is a continuation of Session 9 – Averages are mean

In the earlier episode, we talked about AVERAGE and why it should be avoided. In this session, learn about 8 power analysis techniques that will lift your work above averages.

In this podcast, you will learn,

• Re-cap – Why avoid averages
• 8 Techniques for better analysis
• #1: Start with AVERAGE
• #2: Moving Averages
• #3: Weighted Averages
• #4: Visualize the data
• Conclusions
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Formula Forensics No. 035 Average the last 3 values greater than 0

Published on Oct 3, 2013 in Formula Forensics, Posts by Hui

Learn a technique to Average the last 3 values from a range where the values are greater than 0

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Calculating average of every nth value [Formula tips]

Published on Sep 5, 2013 in Excel Howtos

Lets say you have a large list of numbers, and you want to calculate the average of every nth value. Not the average of all numbers, but just every nth number.

That is what we will learn in next few minutes.

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Formula Forensics 016. Suzannes DJIA Average

Published on Mar 29, 2012 in Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui

“I was trying to calculate the average DJIA # by month. I had the data by day so tried various combos (none of which worked) (:-”

Learn how to help Suzanne average the DJIA on a particular day and learn about a new Excel Function all in one post.

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