COUNT Formula Help

KuraiChikara

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Hello,
I need to find out how many calls come in, for any given day in a month from 7a-7p,.
Criteria is in hour increments 7a-8a, 8a-9a, 9a-10a, 10a-11a, 11a-12p, 12p-1p, 1p-2p, 2p-3p, 3p-4p, 4p-5p, 5p-6p, 6p-7p (12 possible groupings).

Example: if I had calls from 07:01, 07:59, 08:00 and 08:59 all come in 03/26/2019 that would be counted as 4 calls for that day between the range of 7a-8a.

Data:
A2 would contain the date format IE 03/01/2019, 03/02/2019 ' ' ' ' ' ' '03/26/2019, etc
B2 would contain random times from 07:00 to 19:00 IE 07:59, 10:13, 19:59, etc
C3 would have the formula to give me a counted result with the 12 possible grouping criteria that I mentioned which I don't know how to do

I don't know what formula would make this easiest to accomplish, I was thinking =LOOKUP but I'm not sure that will help me. I know I could do a possible nested count if or count ifs but that'll make my sheet large. I'm hopefully looking for a simpler method.
 

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RasGhul

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Hi Kurai,

Can you use this?


Book1
ABC
1DateTimesTimestamp
225-03-197:0125-03-19 7:01
325-03-199:3025-03-19 9:30
425-03-1913:0025-03-19 13:00
525-03-1917:3025-03-19 17:30
626-03-198:3626-03-19 8:36
726-03-199:1026-03-19 9:10
826-03-1911:1126-03-19 11:11
926-03-1912:4526-03-19 12:45
1026-03-197:5026-03-19 7:50
1126-03-197:0126-03-19 7:01
1226-03-199:3026-03-19 9:30
1327-03-1913:0027-03-19 13:00
1427-03-1917:3027-03-19 17:30
1527-03-198:3627-03-19 8:36
1627-03-199:1027-03-19 9:10
1727-03-1911:1127-03-19 11:11
1827-03-1912:4527-03-19 12:45
1927-03-197:5027-03-19 7:50
2027-03-198:5027-03-19 8:50
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C2=A2+B2



Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKL
1Date26-03-19
2Day Count7
3
47:00 AM8:00 AM9:00 AM10:00 AM11:00 AM12:00 PM1:00 PM2:00 PM3:00 PM4:00 PM5:00 PM6:00 PM
58:00 AM9:00 AM10:00 AM11:00 AM12:00 PM1:00 PM2:00 PM3:00 PM4:00 PM5:00 PM6:00 PM7:00 PM
621211
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
B2=COUNTIFS(Sheet1!$A$2:$A$20,">="&Sheet2!$B$1,Sheet1!$A$2:$A$20,"<"&(Sheet2!$B$1+1))
A6=COUNTIFS(Sheet1!$C$2:$C$20,">="&(Sheet2!$B$1+Sheet2!A$4),Sheet1!$C$2:$C$20,"<"&(Sheet2!$B$1+Sheet2!A$5))
 

etaf

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use a countifs for each hour range

=COUNTIFS(B2:B1000," > = "&TIMEVALUE("7:00"),B2:B1000," < = "&TIMEVALUE("19:00"),A2:A1000,DATEVALUE("27/3/18"))
where B2:B1000 is the range of times
A2:A1000 is the dates
Change these to suite your data range

Date I have hardcoded but you could change that to reference a particular cell - so the count changes based on the date in that cell

groups
Is this a typo
Example: if I had calls from 07:01, 07:59, 08:00 and 08:59 all come in 03/26/2019 that would be counted as 4 calls for that day between the range of 7a-8a.

8:59 would be a different hour group
If you want each hour group
then

=COUNTIFS(B2:B1000," > ="&TIMEVALUE("7:00"),B2:B1000," < "&TIMEVALUE("8:00"),A2:A1000,DATEVALUE("27/3/18"))
=COUNTIFS(B2:B1000," > ="&TIMEVALUE("8:00"),B2:B1000," < "&TIMEVALUE("9:00"),A2:A1000,DATEVALUE("27/3/18"))

repeat for each hour
NOT this will NOT include 19:00 . as i just have less than
so the last group
=COUNTIFS(B2:B1000," > ="&TIMEVALUE("18:00"),B2:B1000," < ="&TIMEVALUE("19:00"),A2:A1000,DATEVALUE("27/3/18"))
changes to < =
 
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