What code?

collinsc

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Hi, me again!

I am attempting to do a spreadsheet to note peoples performance in my local pool team.

I though i could use 0 as a loss and 1 as a win.
Can i get a formula to recognise the name "darren" and how many instances of "0", how many instances of "1" and the percentage of losses to wins?

here is how i thought i would lay it out:
Singles:
Game 1 Darren 0 1
Game 2 Chris 1 0

Doubles:
Game 3
Darren 1 and Chris 1
Jamie 0 and Dave 0

obviously for doubles i would have to put 2 lots of results down...

any suggestions welcomed!

Thanks
 

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onlyadrafter

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Hello,

It all depends on the data layout,

If A1 = Darren and

B1-J1 has his wins/losses you could use in K1

=COUNTIF($B$1:$J$1,"<2")

to count tht total games played and in L1

=COUNTIF($B$1:$J$1,"=1")

to count his wins, then use

=L1/K1 formatted as a percentage
 

collinsc

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thanks for responding

does <2 mean under 2? in which case that would recognise the 0 and the 1 wouldnt it?


could i use the one you mention:
=COUNTIF($B$1:$J$1,"=1")
to recognise if the number of occurences for "1" and then
=COUNTIF($B$1:$J$1,"=0")
for the no of occurences of "0" and then compare them as a percentage?
 

collinsc

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Hi

I have come across an issue. The issue is... the same player will not necessarily play every week, so can i get it to recognise someones name?

i.e "where DARREN = "0"........" where Darren ="1""??

any suggestions

thanks
 

collinsc

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Sure... this is what i had in mind... as mentioned the 1 and 0 is used to represent WIN or LOSE, as i assumed numbers would be better than "WIN" and "LOST" !

this is for "week 1" i then want to do "week 2" and calculate the success % of players as the season progresses.

There may be an easier way to do it? Thanks

Game 1 Darren 0 1
Game 2 Dave 1 0
Game 3 Chris 1 0
Game 4 Jamie 1 0
Game 5 Kristian 0 1
Game 6 Vince 0 1

Doubles 1 Chris 1 0
Vince 1 0

Doubles 2 Dave 0 1
Mark 0 1

Doubles 3 Kristian 1 0
Shorty 1 0

Captains Jamie 1 0

Result 6 4
 

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