Calculate Total Count of hits seen using two references

urban_player

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Hi Message Board,

I am seeking advice on the following:

I have a column which contains a reference. The reference may be seen multiple times in different rows. In this row, there is another column which contains a number between 1 and 20. I'm trying to calculate the count of how many times it's seen throughout the sheet using another table:




E.g
Data Sheet looks like
Column A: Column C:
SVA-001 1
SVA-001 4
SVA-002 3
SVA-002 3
SVA-002 5
SVA-002 1
SVA-003 4
SVA-004 6


I have another table that has values from 1 to 20. I need to look in Column A for the reference, and then a countif(?) where column C contains the number in the table that has values from 1-20.

What would be the best way, to achieve a lookup using a reference table containing values 1-20.


Reference: Number of times seen
SVA-001 2
SVA-002 3
SVA-003 1
SVA-004 1

I hope this makes sense and any feedback is greatly appreciated. I might be over thinking this or it's friday and my brain has crashed.

Regards,

Urbanuser
 

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AlanY

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try this

Book1
ABCDE
1SVA-0011SVA-0012
2SVA-0014SVA-0024
3SVA-0023SVA-0031
4SVA-0023SVA-0041
5SVA-0025
6SVA-0021
7SVA-0034
8SVA-0046
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
E1:E4E1=COUNTIF($A$1:$A$8,D1)
 

urban_player

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Think i might have just sussed it with this ugly looking line
=COUNTIFS('Sheet1'!$A$2:$A$237,'SheetLookup'!C87:C108,'Sheet1'!$B$2:$B$237,">=1",'Sheet1'!$B$2:$B$237,"<=10")

Thanks alot for the quick reply Alan :)
 

AlanY

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Think i might have just sussed it with this ugly looking line
=COUNTIFS('Sheet1'!$A$2:$A$237,'SheetLookup'!C87:C108,'Sheet1'!$B$2:$B$237,">=1",'Sheet1'!$B$2:$B$237,"<=10")

Thanks alot for the quick reply Alan :)
well, I missed that bit about Col C.
glad that you got t sorted
 

Dossfm0q

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Hi this function good
VBA Code:
=IF(COUNTIF(A:A,"*SVA-00"&ROWS($A$1:A1)&"*")<>0,"SVA-00"&ROWS($A$1:A1)&" "&COUNTIF(A:A,"*SVA-00"&ROWS($A$1:A1)&"*"),"")
 

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