# HELP!!!!Calculating Character Values From A To B

#### shephardfamilyenterprise

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I have a task that involves working with two applications, Graphical Query Language (GQL) and MS Excel. I am currently dumping data from our Oracle database through GQL and into Excel. I have two spreadsheets, one that will hold the dump and the other that will contain the structured report with graphs located on 34 different tabs within the worksheet containing different Departments within our organization.

What I would like to do is, after the initial dump, transfer that data from spreadsheetA and copy that data systematically into spreadsheetB populating all graphs with that information for our VP’s.

The issue is: I have a survey that calculations need to be applied against, there are questions that are asked and then those questions will be evaluated by counting the number of each response pertaining to each question answered. Each answer will hold it’s own calculation on a graph on spreadsheetB related to that department.

How can this be done?

Count the number of :
Very Satisfied
Somewhat Satisfied
Neither Satisfied or Dissatisfied

In each column for each depart with totals.
Is this the right way to use this formula?

=COUNTIF('FW FILE DUMP'!A2:A216,DEPARTMENTS!A3=SUMIF('FW FILE DUMP'!C1:C209,DEPARTMENTS!A52))

This is what I am trying to do:

IF the list of Departments in WorksheetA in cells A2:A216 = 'ADMISSIONS AUTH & TRANSFERS' AND the cells answers in WorksheetA related to that department = 'Very Satisfied' Count how many times 'Very Satisfied' appear for that department in WorksheetA.

This is what I am saying but how do I put it in a formula format so it will work?

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Re: HELP!!!!Calculating Character Values From A ToSpreadshee

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I have a task that involves working with two applications, Graphical Query Language (GQL) and MS Excel. I am currently dumping data from our Oracle database through GQL and into Excel. I have two spreadsheets, one that will hold the dump and the other that will contain the structured report with graphs located on 34 different tabs within the worksheet containing different Departments within our organization.

What I would like to do is, after the initial dump, transfer that data from spreadsheetA and copy that data systematically into spreadsheetB populating all graphs with that information for our VP’s.

The issue is: I have a survey that calculations need to be applied against, there are questions that are asked and then those questions will be evaluated by counting the number of each response pertaining to each question answered. Each answer will hold it’s own calculation on a graph on spreadsheetB related to that department.

How can this be done?

Count the number of :
Very Satisfied
Somewhat Satisfied
Neither Satisfied or Dissatisfied

In each column for each depart with totals.

Perhaps even some sample data, and the expected/required results.

You mention a survey?

What's the connection with the data coming from Oracle?

By the way posting in colour and over-sized fonts can put some people offf replying.

What I am trying to do is copy values from one portion of the worksheet that are characters and place them in a separate part calculating them to create a graph. I have about 30 Departments that need to be monitored for Flextime activity with questions. Each question will be calculated differently as a number with totals of each answer appearing on the pie chart graph giving the different ranges or variences between each answer.

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