Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Create summary statistics using COUNTIFS, SUMIFS, and AVERAGEIFS functions, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] When you work with large lists,…sometimes you need to get summary data out of those lists;…and certainly one approach, if you're working with this list…which is about 750 rows, is to go to the Data tab…and work with the subtotal capability.…But sometimes it's gonna be more direct to work…with actual functions in Excel; and as I scroll to the right…in this particular worksheet here,…you'll notice over in column N, the functions…that I'm about to talk about, a family of functions.…And by the way, the last two that you see here are MAXIFS…and MINIFS might not be available on your version of Excel.…
They've been added recently, and you will only see these…if you have Office 365 installed…and you've installed the latest updates as well.…Now, the lower group here all end in the letter S;…and we'll get to that momentarily,…but let's just start off with the simple use of COUNTIF.…We're looking at this data over here to the left,…and we simply want to know…how many full-time people we have.…So the function is equal, COUNTIF, left parentheses.…
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