1. Week by week report

Hi All,

I have a spreadsheet which works great but I want to add some additional formulas and need a little help?

There are 2 tabs with this spreadsheet.

The first tab is raw data which shows name, date of audit and audit score. This data contains all audit scores for all members of staff .

The second tab actually shows an average audit score of the data week by week for each person.

Is there a way to add another column next to the percentage to show the number of audits completed? So this would be a count of the entries rather than an average?

So for example, column D would not show the amount of audits completed. Eg Derek Spenser between 30th Sept and 4th Oct = 4

I have attached another example.

Hope this makes sense?

Many thanks
Craig

2. Answer actually depends on the version of Excel you're using. I think SUMIFS was added in 2007, but it might be 2010, so this may not work for you. If not, we'll reach to SUMPRODUCT instead.

Assumptions:
Start Date is in K2
End Date is in K3
Auditor is in K4

Formula: =COUNTIFS(B2:B2867,K4,C2:C2867,">="&K2,C2:C2867,"<="&K3)

Oh.. and there actually only appear to be 2 instances of Derek Spencer in that range.

3. Thanks ken its actually excel 2003

4. Should have guessed by virtue of your example file being an XLS!

Try this formula instead. Same assumptions as above:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(B2:B2867=K4),--(C2:C2867>=K2),--(C2:C2867<=K3))

5. works like a treat, thanks very much Ken

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