Calculate drop-down values based on another dropdown

Kallaks

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Hi

I am working with customer responses in drop-down values of yes, no, not sure in one column and based on the responses I would like to calculate the traction of the product

Which can be strong average or poor

So my questionnaire looks like

Q1 - yes, no, not sure
Q2- yes , no, not sure

And based on the responses I need to calculate traction

How do I achieve it
 

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Toadstool

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Hi Kallaks,

So which response pair would give Strong, Average or Poor? Do questions 1 or 2 have higher weight?

If the question doesn't matter by weight then you could just allocate Yes=1, Not sure=0 and No=-1 to the responses like this (So you'd get -2 to 2 and adding 3 let's you use CHOOSE to give the desired rating).

Kallaks.xlsx
FGHIJK
1Q1Q2COUNTIFResult
2YesNo0Average
3
4
5Q1Q2COUNTIFPossible
6YesYes2Strong
7YesNo0Average
8YesNot sure1Average
9NoYes0Average
10NoNo-2Poor
11NoNot sure-1Poor
12Not sureYes1Average
13Not sureNo-1Poor
14Not sureNot sure0Average
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
I2,I6:I14I2=(COUNTIF(F2:G2,"Yes")*1)+(COUNTIF(F2:G2,"Not sure")*0)+(COUNTIF(F2:G2,"No")*-1)
K2,K6:K14K2=CHOOSE((COUNTIF(F2:G2,"Yes")*1)+(COUNTIF(F2:G2,"Not sure")*0)+(COUNTIF(F2:G2,"No")*-1)+3,"Poor","Poor","Average","Average","Strong")
Cells with Data Validation
CellAllowCriteria
F2:G2ListYes,No,Not sure
 
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