COUNTIF is set up to count cells in the named range "category", which refers to B5:B122. The criteria is supplied as a reference to H4, which simply picks up the value in column F.
the COUNTA function simply counts all non-blank cells in the named range category (B5:B122) to generate a total count.
The COUNTIF result is divided by the COUNTA result to generate a percentage. All values in column H are formatted with the "Percentage" number format.
Note: since we already have a count per category in column G, it would be more efficient to pick the that count in this formula instead of recalculating the same count again in column H. However, COUNTIFS and COUNTA are shown together here for the sake of a complete solution.
When working with data, a common need is to perform summary calculations that show total counts in different ways. For example, total counts by category, color, size, status, etc. The COUNTIF function is a good way to generate these kinds of totals...
To create a summary count by month, you can use the COUNTIFS function and the EDATE function with two criteria. In the example shown, the formula in G5 is: = COUNTIFS ( dates , ">=" & F5 , dates , "<" & EDATE ( F5...
COUNTIF is a function to count cells that meet a single criteria. COUNTIF can be used to count cells with dates, numbers, and text that match specific criteria. The COUNTIF function supports logical operators (>,...
The Excel COUNTA function returns the count of cells that contain numbers, text, logical values, error values, and empty text (""). COUNTA does not count empty cells.
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