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Count unique distinct values based on a condition
This article demonstrates how to construct a formula that counts unique distinct values based on a condition. The image above […]
Count unique distinct values that meet multiple criteria
This post demonstrates how to build an array formula that counts unique distinct values based on criteria. What's on this […]
Count unique distinct values within same week, month or year
The array formula in cell E3 counts unique distinct items for all dates within the same week. Example, week 2 […]
Count unique distinct months
The formula in cell D18 counts unique distinct months in cell range B3:B16. Formula in D18: =SUMPRODUCT((FREQUENCY(DATE(YEAR($B$3:$B$16), MONTH($B$3:$B$16), 1), DATE(YEAR($B$3:$B$16), […]
Count unique distinct values in two columns
Formula in C12: =SUM(1/COUNTIF($B$3:$B$8, $B$3:$B$8))+SUM(IF(COUNTIF($B$3:$B$8, $D$3:$D$8)=0, 1/COUNTIF($D$3:$D$8, $D$3:$D$8), 0)) How to create an array formula Double press with left mouse […]
Count unique distinct values
This article describes how to count unique distinct values. What are unique distinct values?¬†They are all values but duplicates are […]

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