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How to use the LARGE function
The LARGE function calculates the k-th largest value from an array of numbers. Use the LARGE function, for example, to extract […]
Rotating unique groups with no repeat
This article demonstrates a formula What's on this page Question Formula Array formula Explaining array formula Get the Excel File […]
Sort items by adjacent number in every other value
This article demonstrates a formula that sorts items arranged horizontally based on the adjacent numbers, every other column contains a […]
Sort based on frequency row-wise
In this article, I will demonstrate two techniques for counting per row. The first example is simple and straightforward. The […]
Dynamic scoreboard
This article demonstrates a scoreboard, displayed to the left, that sorts contestants based on total scores and refreshes instantly each […]
How to build a Team Generator – different number of people per team
JD asks in this post: Dynamic team generator Hi, what if we have different number of people per team? So in […]
Find the most/least consecutive repeated value [VBA]
This post Find the longest/smallest consecutive sequence of a value has a few really big array formulas. Today I would like to […]
Extract the most repeated adjacent values in a column
The array formula in cell D3 returns the the length of longest consecutive sequence of a value in column A.  Cell […]
Sort by multiple columns
This article demonstrates how to sort a data set by multipe columns using the SORTBY function, Ecel Table and Excel […]
Assign records unique random text strings
This article demonstrates a formula that distributes given text strings randomly across records in any given day meaning they may […]
Find smallest and largest unique number
This article explains how to calculate the largest and smallest number based on a condition which is if the number […]
Plot buy and sell points in an Excel Chart based on two moving averages
This article demonstrates how to display buy and sell signals on an Excel chart based on two moving averages, the […]
Unique distinct records sorted based on count or frequency
This article demonstrates how to sort records in a data set based on their count meaning the formula counts each […]
Calculate running average of last 10 data with random blank cells
Question: List of data and blank cells in a column which will be added from day to day. There are […]
Sort based on frequency and criteria
Andre asks:I am trying to list people with the highest scores based on certain criteria. My data: column A B […]
Sort a list in random order in excel
Overview The array formula in cell range C2:C6 creates a random list from the values in cell range A2:A6. Array […]
True round-robin tournament
Mark G asks in Create a random playlist in excel: Can this example be modified to create a true round-robin […]
Dynamic team generator
Mark G asks: 1 - I see you could change the formula to have the experssion COUNTIF($C$1:C1, $E$2:$E$5)<5 changed so […]
Create a random playlist
This article describes how to create a random playlist based on a given number of teams using an array formula. […]
Team Generator
This blog article describes how to create teams randomly. There are twenty names in column B and four teams in […]
Sort text values by length
The image above demonstrates a formula in cell D3 that sorts values based on character length, the value with the […]
Reverse a list ignoring blanks
This article demonstrates two different formulas, one for Excel 365 and one for earlier versions. Table of Contents Reverse a […]
How to create a list of random unique numbers
Question: How do I create a random list of unique numbers from say 1 to 10, without using VBA and […]
Sort column based on frequency
This article demonstrates a formula that sorts cell values by their frequency, in other words, how many times a value […]
Extract unique distinct values from a multi-column cell range
Question: I have cell values spanning over several columns and I want to create a unique list from that range. […]
How to identify two consecutive dates in a list
Question: How to identify two consecutive dates in a list? Answer: Array formula in cell B1: =IFERROR(LARGE(IF((A1+1)=$A$1:$A$30,A1+1,""),1),"") How to enter […]
Find latest date in a list
The image above shows a formula in cell D3 that extracts the latest date in cell range B3:B15. =MAX(B3:B15) The MAX […]

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