I am having a bit of an issue here.

I have built a Web analytics business dashboard which consist of some tables. These tables are based on formulas and the formulas reference to another sheet, where I have the raw data.

The raw data is updated on a daily basis through a REST interface. Thus the table that the formulas point to is changed over time.

This is not an issue when data is in the table, but for a few tables, there some times are no data (meaning nothing happened). One market for instance, simply does not get data on a daily basis for a particular data set. Thus the table is empty.

So what happens is that I get #ref errors in my formula every time it points to a row that had data but after the daily update does not have data in the raw data sheet. This of course causes some frustration with the users of the dashboard andI would very much like to find a way to lock the formula to NOT show a #ref error if no data is present, but simply preserve the formula.

Does anyone have a solution for this?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

With kind regards

Ulrik