All articles with 'FILTER()' Tag
Create a beautiful, elegant & interactive to-do list with Excel (FREE Template + Tutorial)
Create a beautiful & fully interactive todo list with Excel using this tutorial (or download the free todo list template). Impress everyone.Continue »
9 Box grid for talent mapping – HR for Excel – Template & Explanation
9 box grid is a popular method for talent mapping. Download this free excel template for tracking and visualizing your employee performance & potential data.
In this article, I explain about powerful excel features like FILTER(), SORT() and CONCATENATEX() to create a similar 9 box talent map grid for your data.Continue »
Two-level Data Validation [Excel Trick]
Ever wanted to create a two-level data validation list? You can use this simple trick to make two-level or cascading drop-down validation lists in Excel. You need some data, a pivot table and simple IF formulas to get this. Read on to understand the process and create your own two-level drop down lists in Excel.Continue »
Excel Dynamic Array Functions – What are they, how to use them, Examples and FAQs
Excel Dynamic Array Functions are a true game changer. These newly introduced DA functions can filter, sort, remove duplicates and do much more. The output of these functions can go to a range of cells. Hence the name – dynamic array functions.Continue »
Distinct Count & Blanks – Power Pivot Real Life Example
When it comes to analyzing business data, managers are always asking, “so how many distinct x each y is doing?”
And that sends us, data analysts & reporting professionals running from pillar to post figuring out the best way to do it.
- We can use variations of SUMPRODUCT, COUNTIFS etc, but the methods are not flexible..
- We can use VBA, but it would become slow as you add more data.
- We can use Pivot tables, but it only gives half of what we want ie each y part, but not distinct count of x.
- We might as well shave our head with a shovel before manually counting values.
And that brings us to 2 distinctly simple solutions:
- Using Power Pivot & Excel 2010
- Using regular pivot tables in Excel 2013
Today, lets talk about these 2 approaches & see why they are so better than anything else for distinct count situations.Continue »