Offset from MAX value

gtd526

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Hello,
Offset from MAX value of certain cells: MAX(BB6,BB15,BB24,BG6,BG15,BG24,BB33,BG33)
Which does give me the MAX value, but I want to Offset from that cell(MAX value) by (-2,-2).
Thank you.
 

gtd526

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I did a small test:
NFL.xlsm
XYZAK
39ONE1TWO2
40THREE3FOUR4
41FIVE5SIX6
42
43MAX=6
44Offset=#VALUE!
Weekly Picks
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
Y43Y43=MAX(List)
Y44Y44=OFFSET(INDIRECT(INDEX(List,MATCH(MAX(N(INDIRECT(List))),N(INDIRECT(List)),0))),0,-1)
Press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to enter array formulas.
Named Ranges
NameRefers ToCells
List='Weekly Picks'!$Y$39,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41Y43:Y44
I changed the Offset to -11 from -1 due to 'hidden columns'
 

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gtd526

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Thanks for the small test.

The name you posted is very different from the one I posted


I defined a named array and you defined a named range.

Please edit the CellList name and define it as a named array of strings like the one I posted and then test the internal formula again.
I only did the small test separately so I used a different name (list).
BC47 contains the internal formula results.

NFL.xlsm
AXAYAZBABBBCBDBEBFBG
3ATSATS
46 ATSATS Cover % >= 60%
5CurrentTotalCurrentTotal
6W:0W:952.9%W:0W:939.1%
7L:0L:8L:0L:14
8Psh:0Psh:0Psh:0Psh:0
9Previous17Previous23
10W:9 $ 40.95 W:9 $ 40.95
11L:8 $ 40.00 $ 0.95 L:14 $ 70.00 $ (29.05)
12Psh:0Psh:0
135 ATSMOV > ATS, IFF ATS<0
14CurrentTotalCurrentTotal
15W:0W:527.8%W:0W:428.6%
16L:0L:13L:0L:10
17Psh:0Psh:0Psh:Psh:0
18Previous18Previous14
19W:5 $ 22.75 W:4 $ 18.20
20L:13 $ 65.00 $ (42.25)L:10 $ 50.00 $ (31.80)
21Psh:0Psh:0
224 ATSATS <= -7
23CurrentTotalCurrentTotal
24W:0W:872.7%W:0W:433.3%
25L:0L:3L:0L:8
26Psh:0Psh:0Psh:0Psh:0
27Previous11Previous12
28W:8 $ 36.40 W:4 $ 18.20
29L:3 $ 15.00 $ 21.40 L:8 $ 40.00 $ (21.80)
30Psh:0Psh:0
313 ATSATS >= 10
32CurrentTotalCurrentTotal
33W:1W:6.546.4%W:0W:266.7%
34L:1L:6.5L:0L:1
35Psh:0Psh:1Psh:0Psh:0
36Previous14Previous3
37W:5.5 $ 25.03 W:2 $ 9.10
38L:5.5 $ 27.50 $ (2.48)L:1 $ 5.00 $ 4.10
39Psh:1Psh:0
40
41
42Good for 1 column#VALUE!
434 ATS#N/A
444#VALUE!
45#VALUE!73%
46
47#VALUE!
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Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
BB6,BG33,BB33,BG24,BB24,BG15,BB15,BG6BB6=BA6/BA9
AY6AY6=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"6",$C$4:$C$35,"W")+($AY$8*0.5)
AY7AY7=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"6",$C$4:$C$35,"L")+($AY$8*0.5)
AY8AY8=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"6",$C$4:$C$35,"Psh")
BD6BD6=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"W",$U$4:$U$35,">=.6")
BD7BD7=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"L",$U$4:$U$35,">=.6")
BD8BD8=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"Psh",$U$4:$U$35,">=.6")
BF33:BF35,BA33:BA35,BF24:BF26,BA24:BA25,BF15:BF16,BA15:BA17,BF6:BF7,BA6:BA7BA6=AY10+AY6
BA8,BF17,BF8BA8=AY13+AY8
BA9,BF36,BA36,BF27,BA27,BF18,BA18,BF9BA9=SUM(BA6:BA8)
AZ10,BE37,AZ37,AZ28,BE19,AZ19,BE10AZ10=AY10*4.55
AZ11,BE38,AZ38,AZ29,BE20,AZ20,BE11AZ11=AY11*5
BA11,BF38,BA38,BF29,BA29,BF20,BA20,BF11BA11=AZ10-AZ11
BD15BD15=SUMPRODUCT((V4:V35>=IFERROR(B4:B35*-1,0))*(C4:C35="W")*(B4:B35<0))
BD16BD16=SUMPRODUCT((V4:V35>=IFERROR(B4:B35*-1,0))*(C4:C35="L")*(B4:B35<0))
AY15AY15=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"5",$C$4:$C$35,"W")+($AY$17*0.5)
AY16AY16=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"5",$C$4:$C$35,"L")+($AY$17*0.5)
AY17AY17=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"5",$C$4:$C$35,"Psh")
AY24AY24=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"4",$C$4:$C$35,"W")+($AY$26*0.5)
AY25AY25=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"4",$C$4:$C$35,"L")+($AY$26*0.5)
AY26AY26=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"4",$C$4:$C$35,"Psh")
BD24BD24=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"W",$B$4:$B$35,"<=-7")
BD25BD25=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"L",$B$4:$B$35,"<=-7")
BD26BD26=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"Psh",$B$4:$B$35,"<=-7")
BA26BA26=AY32+AY26
BE28BE28=BF24*4.55
BE29BE29=BF25*5
AY33AY33=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"3",$C$4:$C$35,"W")+($AY$35*0.5)
AY34AY34=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"3",$C$4:$C$35,"L")+($AY$35*0.5)
AY35AY35=COUNTIFS($AT$4:$AT$35,"3",$C$4:$C$35,"Psh")
BD33BD33=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"W",$B$4:$B$35,">=10")
BD34BD34=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"L",$B$4:$B$35,">=10")
BD35BD35=COUNTIFS($C$4:$C$35,"Psh",$B$4:$B$35,">=10")
AZ43AZ43=OFFSET(INDEX(result1,MATCH(MAX(result1),result1,FALSE)),-2,-4)
AZ44AZ44=LEFT(OFFSET(INDEX(result1,MATCH(MAX(result1),result1,FALSE)),-2,-4),1)
AZ45AZ45=OFFSET(INDEX(result1:result2,MATCH(MAX(result1:result2),result1:result2,FALSE)),0,-1)
BC42,BC44BC42=OFFSET(INDIRECT(INDEX(CellsList,MATCH(MAX(N(INDIRECT(CellsList))),N(INDIRECT(CellsList)),0))),-2,-4)
BC43BC43=OFFSET(INDEX(CellsList,MATCH(MAX(CellsList),CellsList,FALSE)),-2,-4)
BC45BC45=MAX(CellsList)
BC47BC47=INDEX(CellsList,MATCH(MAX(N(INDIRECT(CellsList))),N(INDIRECT(CellsList)),0))
Press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to enter array formulas.
Named Ranges
NameRefers ToCells
CellsList='Weekly Picks'!$BB$6,'Weekly Picks'!$BG$6,'Weekly Picks'!$BB$15,'Weekly Picks'!$BG$15,'Weekly Picks'!$BB$24,'Weekly Picks'!$BG$24,'Weekly Picks'!$BB$33,'Weekly Picks'!$BG$33AZ43:AZ45, BC47, BC42:BC45
result1='Weekly Picks'!$BB:$BBAZ43:AZ45
result2='Weekly Picks'!$BG:$BGAZ45
Cells with Conditional Formatting
CellConditionCell FormatStop If True
BB6,BB15,BB24,BB33,BG6,BG15,BG24,BG33Cell Valuetop 1 valuestextNO
BB33,BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Valuetop 1 valuestextNO
BG33,BG24,BG15,BG6Cell Valuetop 1 bottom valuestextNO
BG33,BG24,BG15,BG6Cell Valuetop 1 valuestextNO
BG33,BG24,BG15,BG6Cell Value<"MAX"textNO
BG33,BG24,BG15,BG6Cell Value>"MIN"textNO
BB33,BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Valuetop 1 bottom valuestextNO
BB33,BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Value>"MIN"textNO
BB33,BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Value<"MAX"textNO
BA38Cell Value<0textNO
BA38Cell Value>0textNO
BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Valuetop 1 bottom valuestextNO
BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Value>"MIN"textNO
BB24,BB15,BB6Cell Value<"MAX"textNO
BA11,BF11,BA20,BF20,BA29,BF29,BA38,BF38Cell Value<0textNO
BA11,BF11,BA20,BF20,BA29,BF29,BA38,BF38Cell Value>0textNO
 

pgc01

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With your small test using for list

Refers to: ={"'Weekly Picks'!$Y$39","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41"}

I got:

Book1
XYZAK
39ONE1TWO1
40THREE10FOUR1
41FIVE5SIX1
42
43
44
45
46
47MAX=10
48
49Offset=THREE
Weekly Picks
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
Y47Y47{=MAX(N(INDIRECT(List)))}
Y49Y49{=OFFSET(INDIRECT(INDEX(List,MATCH(MAX(N(INDIRECT(List))),N(INDIRECT(List)),0))),0,-1)}
Press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to enter array formulas surrounded with curly braces.
 

pgc01

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Remark: in your last post you are still not defining the names the right way.

Please try your small test with the name defined as in my last post (#13)

Notice that you are using offset -1 for the column. This means that if the max value is in column Y you get the value in column X, but if the max value is in column AK you get the value in AJ (not seen in your post.
 

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Remark: in your last post you are still not defining the names the right way.

Please try your small test with the name defined as in my last post (#13)

Notice that you are using offset -1 for the column. This means that if the max value is in column Y you get the value in column X, but if the max value is in column AK you get the value in AJ (not seen in your post.
I arranged my array as you did, but still receive an error. How am I not defining the names correctly? or is there a setting not correct?
I realize the hidden columns now. That was only regarding the test.

NFL.xlsm
XYZAK
39ONE1TWO1
40THREE10FOUR1
41FIVE5SIX1
42
43MAX=#VALUE!
44Offset=#VALUE!
45
46MAX=10
47Offset=THREE
Weekly Picks
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
Y43Y43=MAX(N(INDIRECT(List)))
Y44Y44=OFFSET(INDIRECT(INDEX(List,MATCH(MAX(N(INDIRECT(List))),N(INDIRECT(List)),0))),0,-1)
Y46Y46=MAX(List)
Y47Y47=OFFSET(Y40,0,-1)
Press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to enter array formulas.
Named Ranges
NameRefers ToCells
List='Weekly Picks'!$Y$39,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41Y43:Y44, Y46
 

pgc01

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Your name is still not correct.

You are defining a named range and I'm defining a named array.

It's not

List: ='Weekly Picks'!$Y$39,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41

it's

List: ={"'Weekly Picks'!$Y$39","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41"}

What you want the name to refer to is an array of strings, the addresses of the cells.
 

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Your name is still not correct.

You are defining a named range and I'm defining a named array.

It's not

List: ='Weekly Picks'!$Y$39,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40,'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40,'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41

it's

List: ={"'Weekly Picks'!$Y$39","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41"}

What you want the name to refer to is an array of strings, the addresses of the cells.
How do you create it that way?
 

pgc01

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Just like any name

Formulas->Name Manager->New

Name: List

Refers to: ={"'Weekly Picks'!$Y$39","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41"}
 

gtd526

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Just like any name

Formulas->Name Manager->New

Name: List

Refers to: ={"'Weekly Picks'!$Y$39","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$40","'Weekly Picks'!$Y$41","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$39","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$40","'Weekly Picks'!$AK$41"}
That fixed the formula. I need to change the original range as above. Why does my 'refers to' look like this. Not as an array?
The only reason List and CellsList is an array, because I copied from your previous link. thx.



name.jpg
 

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