# Standard Deviation of a matched cell in all worsheets

#### ibressler

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I have written a formula that will take what is written in Column A of my Cover sheet and match it to Column A of all the other worksheets (other worksheets defined as "CMM_Dates") which will inturn take the Column E values of all the CMM_Dates worksheets with a match in Column A and average them.

=SUMPRODUCT(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&CMM_Dates&"'!\$A:\$A"), \$A2, INDIRECT("'"&CMM_Dates&"'!\$E:\$E"))) / (COUNTIF(CMM_Dates,"*"))

MY QUESTION:

Can I take this Equation, and instead of averaging the values taken from Column E of the CMM_Dates Worksheets, can someone help me ReWrite the formula to take a Stand Deviation of the values taken from Column E of the CMM_Dates Worksheets?

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