Formula for multiple criteria true/false into a PivotTable

indiemusicboy

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I have a workbook that each worksheet is the same. Much like a form for people to fill out.

Data from those worksheets will rollup to a dashboard that aggregates all the worksheets into a summary view.

I'm trying to create a formula that will add up a count based on a combination of inputs from all worksheets. In the example below, columns b, i, and o are in play for what I'm asking to get me my count.

Column 'b' is a list of type; word selections like "Risk" or "Issue", etc...
Column 'i' is a list of services; word selections like "AWS" or "Network", etc...
Column 'o' is a list of status; word selections like "Open" or "In Progress" or "Closed", etc

The dashboard rollup will eventually be a pivot table that shows the amount "Risks" or "Issues" (column 'b') per service offering (column 'i') that is anything but "Closed" (column 'o').

There are (50) lines I will need to repeat this exercise for per worksheet. I'm assuming I'll need to do some sort of "IF/IFS" type of function that gives it a value of '1' if true, '0' if false'. And then I'd simply do a "=SUM(First:Last!XXX)" table on another worksheet that I can turn into a pivot table/chart. Lots of work but I can't see another way.

So I'm hoping someone can help me with a formula here. I'd put it into the worksheet template that would be reused for each worksheet in the book so I can roll it up to the dashboard view.

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DASHBOARD/ROLLUP Chart (how I see it possibly) after I put the data into a pivot table.
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indiemusicboy

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Hello smart people. Please let me know how I can clarify further; I know it comes off confusing possibly.

Essentially I want to show 100-like worksheets worth of data on one chart. Specifically, I want to show a total of how many open "risks" and "issues" there are for each "service". I'm guessing it's a bunch of code since that's the nature of how I have the table set up. But please let me know where to start.

Risks is pulled from a 'list' on a hidden worksheet.
Issues is pulled from a 'list' on a hidden worksheet.
Status is pulled from a 'list' on a hidden worksheet.
Each worksheet per customer could have 0 issues or risks... or they can have several.

I'm guessing I have to figure out a series of formulas per-line under the "RAID" and then have a separate worksheet to aggregate those formulas so I can then create a pivot table/chart for the 'dashboard' worksheet. Just need some direction there.

Please and thanks.
 

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