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Easy Website Metrics Dashboard with Excel
Do you run an e-commerce website? You are going to love this simple, clear and easy website metrics dashboard. You can track 15 metrics (KPIs) and visualize their performance. The best part, it takes no more than 15 minutes to setup and use. Here is a preview of the dashboard.
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Top 10 Excel Formulas for any situation
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.Continue »
Selective Sub-totals in Pivot Tables [Quick Tip]
Recently I was creating a pivot report with multiple items in row labels area. I had to show sub-totals, but only for one of the fields. Something like above.
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Summarize only filtered values using SUBTOTAL & AGGREGATE formulas
We all know the good old SUM() formula. It can sum up values in a range. But what if you want to sum up only filtered values in a range? SUM() doesn’t care if a value is filtered or not. It just sums up the numbers. But there are other formulas that can pay attention […]Continue »
Formula Forensics No. 037 – How to Count and Sum Filtered Tables
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CP007: aweSUM() – Overview of SUM functions in Excel
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In the 7th session of Chandoo.org podcast, lets make you aweSUM().
Imagine for a second that Excel cannot add up numbers. And no it cant subtract them either. What would that look like?
A glorified Notepad. That’s right. Excel’s ability to add up numbers, along with features like formulas, charts, pivot tables & BHATTEXT() are what make it such a lovely software. May be not the BHATTEXT(), but we all agree that Excel is so versatile and useful because it can add up numbers (and perform other calculations) with ease.
But how well do you know the SUM formulas of Excel?
In this podcast, you will learn,
- Special personal fruit announcement 😛
- + operator
- Status bar & total rows in tables
- Auto Sum feature
- SUM() function
- SUMIFS function
- Special cases of SUMIFS function
- SUBTOTAL & AGGREGATE functions
- Other summing functions – SUMPRODUCT etc.
Top 10 Formulas for Aspiring Analysts
Few weeks ago, someone asked me “What are the top 10 formulas?” That got me thinking.
While each of us have our own list of favorite, most frequently used formulas, there is no standard list of top 10 formulas for everyone. So, today let me attempt that.
If you want to become a data or business analyst then you must develop good understanding of Excel formulas & become fluent in them.
A good analyst should be familiar with below 10 formulas to begin with.Continue »
Formula Forensics 023. Count and Sum a Filtered List according to Criteria
Today at Formula Forensics, we look at how to Count and Sum data using Criteria on Filtered data sets.Continue »
Excel Speedup & Optimization Tips by Experts [Speedy Spreadsheet Week]
As part of Speedy Spreadsheet Week, I have emailed few renowned Excel experts and asked them to share their tips & ideas to speedup Excel. Today, I am glad to present a collection of the tips shared by them. Read the Excel optimization & speeding up tips shared by Hui, Luke, Narayan, George, Gregory & Jordon.Continue »
Christmas Gift Shopping List Template – Set budget, track your gifts using Excel
Last year, Steven shared a beautiful Christmas Gift List template with all of us. It is packed with lots of Excel goodness. Just a few days ago, he emailed me another copy of his file with some improvements. So if you are planning for Christmas shopping and want a handy tracker, you don’t want to miss this.Continue »
Exclude Hidden Rows from Totals [How to?]
Denice, an Excel School student emailed me an interesting problem. I have a bunch of data from which I want to find the sum of values that meet a criteria. But I also want to exclude any rows that are hidden. Well, we know how to find sum of values that meet a criteria – […]Continue »
How to Check whether a Table is Filtered or not using Formulas
Let us start the week with a simple formula (well, to be fair, let us start the week with a strong cup of coffee, then this formula).
Often when we have large data sets, we apply data filters to select and display only information we want to see.
Some of you know that whenever we apply filters on a dataset, we can look at status bar area to find out if any filter is applied on the current worksheet.
But, what if you need a way to show “filtering” status thru formulas? Like this…,Continue »
Group Project Activities to Make Readable Gantt Charts
In Excel Gantt Charts part of our project management series, we have discussed about how using Conditional Formatting and Formulas we can make a gantt chart like this: But when you have large project plans, gantt charts like above can get pretty intense and hard to read. So a better approach is to group various […]Continue »
What is Excel SUBTOTAL formula and 5 reasons why you should use it
Today we will learn Excel SUBTOTAL formula and 5 beautiful reasons why you should give it a try.
SUBTOTAL formula is used to find out subtotal of a given range of cells. You give SUBTOTAL two things – (1) a range of data (2) type of subtotal. In return, SUBTOTAL will give you the subtotal for that data. Unlike SUM, AVERAGE, COUNT etc. which do one thing and only one thing, SUBTOTAL is versatile. You can use it to sum up, average, count a bunch of cells.Continue »
Christmas Gift List – Set your budget and track gifts using Excel
Steven, one of our readers from England sent me a Christmas gift tracker worksheet. I found it pretty cool, so made some minor changes to it and sharing it with you all so that you can have great time shopping for the holidays.
The workbook is full of lessons on conditional formatting, cell formatting, using formulas. Go ahead and download it today.Continue »