# Formulas to count including Unique Numbers

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• Jun 14th, 2019, 09:43 AM
Graham C1600
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Hi M,

Thanks again for correcting me. Yes yo are correct. It would be 6 because as you say Brian should have been counted.
• Jun 14th, 2019, 09:53 AM
Graham C1600
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Hi M,

This formula works when I do it small scale on the test data I use. When I try to expand it out onto the real data I just get an N/A in the cell. The formula I'm trying to use is as follows :-

=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(ISNA(MATCH(A2:A500,IF((I2:I500<>"")+(K2:K500="Yes"),A2:A500),0)),MATCH(A2:A500,A2:A500,0)),ROW(A2:A 500)-ROW(A2)+1),1)) - followed by Ctrl/Shift & enter.

Any ideas on my mistake ?

Thanks
• Jun 14th, 2019, 10:02 AM
Marcelo Branco
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Quote:

Originally Posted by Graham C1600
Hi M,

Thanks again for correcting me. Yes yo are correct. It would be 6 because as you say Brian should have been counted.

When I tested the formula I saw that I was wrong, too ;)
Actually the answer should be 7 - Andrew should be counted as well.

Try
=SUM(IF(D2:D14="No",--ISNUMBER(MATCH(A2:A14,IF((C2:C14<>"")*(D2:D14="No"),A2:A14),0))))
Ctrl+Shift+Enter

M.
• Jun 14th, 2019, 10:05 AM
Marcelo Branco
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Quote:

Originally Posted by Graham C1600
Hi M,

This formula works when I do it small scale on the test data I use. When I try to expand it out onto the real data I just get an N/A in the cell. The formula I'm trying to use is as follows :-

=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(ISNA(MATCH(A2:A500,IF((I2:I500<>"")+(K2:K500="Yes"),A2:A500),0)),MATCH(A2:A500,A2:A500,0)),ROW(A2:A 500)-ROW(A2)+1),1)) - followed by Ctrl/Shift & enter.

Any ideas on my mistake ?

Thanks

What query are you referring to? Are there blank cells in A2:A500? Or cells with errors?

M.
• Jun 14th, 2019, 10:15 AM
Marcelo Branco
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
See if this works

=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(A2:A500<>"",IF(ISNA(MATCH(A2:A500,IF((I2:I500<>"")+(K2:K500="Yes"),A2:A500),0)),MATCH(A2:A500,A2:A500,0))),ROW(A2:A500)-ROW(A2)+1),1))
Ctrl+Shift+Enter

M.
• Jun 17th, 2019, 08:38 AM
Graham C1600
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Thanks M.

4
th
query. I need to count the total amount of User ID’s where at least 1 person has data in their Last Logon box and the UTC =”No”.

This one now. The answer should be 5.

Everything else is working so thanks.
• Jun 17th, 2019, 08:51 AM
Marcelo Branco
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Shouldn't the result be 7?
ID1 = 3; ID5 = 1; ID7 = 1; ID8 = 2 (3+1+1+2=7)

M.
• Jun 18th, 2019, 05:57 AM
Graham C1600
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Quote:

Originally Posted by Graham C1600
Thanks M.

4
th
query. I need to count the total amount of User ID’s where at least 1 person has data in their Last Logon box and the UTC =”No”.

This one now. The answer should be 5.

Everything else is working so thanks.

Hi M,

I need to count the total amount of User ID’s where there is data in their Last Logon box and the UTC =”No”.

Gary
Stephen
Simon
Darren
John
 Thanks
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• Jun 18th, 2019, 06:47 AM
Marcelo Branco
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Quote:

Originally Posted by Graham C1600

I need to count the total amount of User ID’s where there is data in their Last Logon box and the UTC =”No”.

Gary
Stephen
Simon
Darren
John
 Thanks
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Try
=COUNTIFS(C2:C14,"<>",D2:D14,"No")

M.
• Jun 18th, 2019, 07:59 AM
Graham C1600
Re: Formulas to count including Unique Numbers
Thanks M works fine.

Next puzzle.

I need to count the total amount of User ID’s where there is no data in the Last Logon Field and the UTC=”No”. This count needs to be similar to the 2nd query (=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(ISNA(MATCH(A2:A14,IF((C2:C14<>"")+(D2:D14="Yes"),A2:A14),0)),MATCH(A2:A14,A2:A14,0)),ROW(A2:A14)-ROW(A2)+1),1))) in that if there is a User ID that meets this requirement and another person with the same User ID does not meet the requirement then we need to disregard these users. So in this query the answer would be 2. which would be Steve & Rich. We cannot count Brian as both Gary & Stephen have logged in and they have the same user ID. Hope this makes sense.
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