Thursday, September 21, 2017

yogi_Filter Form Responses To Show Only The Most Recent (or Latest) Response Submitted By 'Provider Name' And 'Level Of Service'

Google Spreadsheet   Post  #2246

Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.      ANAND Enterprises LLC -- Rochester Hills MI     Sep-21-2017
comment by Mrugesh Patel; question by: mrdanpratt
Filter form responses to show only the most recent response if data is duplicated 
Let's say I want people to fill out a form with their email address and their favorite color (just for example).  So the spreadsheet (the sheet name is 'Form Responses') has column A with the timestamp, column B with the email address and column C with the color.  Let's say I want to display this data on a second sheet using =ARRAYFORMULA('Form Responses'!A:C) 

Let's say someone responds with red but later they want to change their response to blue.  So they respond again.  I don't want to display both of their choices.  I only want to display all the most recent ones on the second sheet.  Is there a way to create such a filter?  It would be fine to display the filtered data further to the right on the second sheet, like in columns D, E, and F.  Any help would be appreciated.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

yogi_Rearrange Data In Table A:C For Unique Names Letters And Numbers

Google Spreadsheet   Post  #2245

Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.      ANAND Enterprises LLC -- Rochester Hills MI     Sep-19-2017
question by: jonesnca!topic/docs/KHDf_QlmbeA;context-place=forum/docs
How do I group/summarize this data in Google Sheets?
Let's say I have this data in a spreadsheet

| Name  | Letters | Number |
| Bob   | a,b,c   | 1,2,3  |
| Bob   | d       | 4      |
| Bob   | b,c     | 3,5    |
| Alice | e       | 5      |

How do I write a formula that displays this data like this?

| Name  | Letters | Number    |
| Bob   | a,b,c,d | 1,2,3,4,5 |
| Alice | e       | 5         |

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

yogi_Setup Cells B8:E To Be Automaticlly Populated When A Sequentially Numbered Invoice Sheet Testnnnnn Is Added

Google Spreadsheet   Post  #2243

Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.      ANAND Enterprises LLC -- Rochester Hills MI     Sep-19-2017
question by: Amanda Zamora!topic/docs/wI1yIHdx6pQ;context-place=mydiscussions
Aging Report cells auto imports data from sheets
I am trying to create an Aging Report.

I am working on a new invoice "BEAM170003"
Can you help me get the data from the newly created sheet "BEAM170003" to automatically show up in cells A8:D8 in Sheet "AGING REPORT"? (photo attached)

I did a few things that worked to grab the data but I'd have to manually input the formula in the next row... no thanks!
I'm sure there is a faster automated way of doing this that would save me loads of time :)

yogi_Compute Row By Row Running Average Of Shots Per Game

Google Spreadsheet   Post  #2242

Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.      ANAND Enterprises LLC -- Rochester Hills MI     Sep-19-2017
question by: Carl Backlund
Trying to calculate shots per game for several games
I have a spreadsheet where I try to calculate the shots per game from my team from game to game.

Example if game 1 had 35 shots, then the shots per game are 35/1 = 35.
If game two had 30 shots, then shots per game after two games is (35+30)/2 = 32.5

I would like it if my sheet could caluclate this for me automatically while all I need to do is to write down the amount of shots from each game.

Is this possible with some sort of formula or do I have to calculate this by hand after every round?

Monday, September 18, 2017

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yogi_WorkAround For ArrayFormula With AVERAGEIFS

Google Spreadsheet   Post  #2241

Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.      ANAND Enterprises LLC -- Rochester Hills MI     Sep-18-2017
question by: Jan Laurencik


how to use ARRAYFORMULA with AVERAGEIFS? The formula =arrayformula(averageifs(C3:C,E3:E,G3:G,D3:D,"FT")) only spreads into one cell, not to entire column. I have tested it also with AVERAGEIF but with same result.
Thank you very much for your kind help.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

yogi_Conditionally Format Range S3:DY7 For Production Days For Each Install

Google Spreadsheet   Post  #2240

Yogi Anand, D.Eng, P.E.      ANAND Enterprises LLC -- Rochester Hills MI     Sep-17-2017
(Comment by Jeremy Knightly )to original question by: ThomFlash 
How to automate Gantt Chart creation using logical expressions to change cell colors...
Objective: I am building project management spreadsheet like MS Project for tiny house projects, and wish to use changes in date fields to alter colors in a Gantt chart view to indicate task priority and date handling.

Status: Currently, a few columns on the left include tasks and staff assignments, as well as start and end dates. We use the right side of the sheet for a Gantt chart display, with a column for each date in the project life cycle. Conditional formatting changes the cell color for each date in which a "t" is included as a task date. This changes the cell color from the default (white) to a color indicating a date range for task handling (the character "t" and background are changed to same light red). This creates the Gantt chart view.

Sample: Below is a sample of the existing spreadsheet:

Process: To simplify management, I'd like for values in Start Date and End Date to automatically change corresponding cell colors in the Gantt chart. In Excel, I've accomplished this using a logical test in each Gantt chart cell to:
  1. Get it's date from the timeline at the top of the chart, then
  2. Check for "true" to test that the cell's date is "greater than or equal to" the Start Date field, and
  3. Check that the cell's date is also "less than or equal to" the End Date field. 
If the above test is true (maybe AND formula?), I figure I can post a character ("t" for general tasks, though others are used to indicate task priority) in the cell which enacts automatic Conditional Formatting to create a colored cell. 

Any help with a simple and scalable solution is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Thom Stanton

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